To say that the Tennessee Titans’ QB situation is a big question mark could be a bit of an understatement.
HC Mike Vrabel has stated his desire to have Ryan Tannehill back under center next season, but he made no promises or guarantees when discussing the matter.
Second-year QB Malik Willis didn’t exactly look good in limited snaps in his rookie season.
And while some think he could still turn out to be a star given enough time, some aren’t as confident.
With that in mind, the Titans have been doing their due diligence on most of the top QB prospects in the upcoming NFL Draft.
Now, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reports that they’re set to meet with Kentucky standout Will Levis on Thursday, which is far from a surprise at this point.
Kentucky QB Will Levis is headed to Nashville for a Tuesday visit with the #Titans, per source.
Levis is one of the draft’s top QBs, and Tennessee is doing due diligence on all top prospects to be prepared for every scenario at No. 11.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) April 10, 2023
Levis has drawn mixed reviews throughout the whole process, but he’s still considered one of the top five QBs in this class, so he’s met with multiple teams with top-10 selections already.
The Titans currently hold the rights to the 11th overall pick, but some believe they could look to trade up to wrap their hands around one of the best QBs available, namely Florida’s Anthony Richardson or even Tennessee’s Hendon Hooker.
Levis’ physical traits and athleticism make him a promising prospect, but there are serious doubts about his production and unimpressive numbers in college, so it’s hard to determine where he’ll end up come April 27.
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