If I’m going to be completely honest, this is a guy I didn’t see going in the seven rounds. I expected him to be a highly sought-after undrafted free agent, but the Titans liked what they saw in Brady Breeze and took him 13 picks before Thomas Graham Jr.
Like Graham, Breeze opted out of the 2020 season but probably could have used the campaign to improve his stock which was around the 5-7 round range.
The former 2020 Rose Bowl MVP had himself one heck of a final season in 2019 before opting out, recording 62 tackles, two interceptions, three pass breakups, a forced fumble, and a touchdown. He got better each year and really made a name for himself in 2019. If he stuck around after that Rose Bowl performance, there’s no telling how good he could have been in 2020.
Tennessee is going to get a guy who’s not afraid to put a hit on ballcarriers and who could surprise in training camp and make the roster. He adds depth to the Titans’ secondary and could be a surprise NFL contributor.