The Tennessee Titans continued to add offensive line depth in the makeover up front, selecting Maryland tackle Jaelyn Duncan in the sixth-round.
Duncan was chosen with the 186th pick overall in the draft and joins first-round pick Peter Skoronski, whom he trained with in draft preparation, as linemen in the Titans’ 2023 draft class.
While some draft analysts say Duncan projects better at guard at the NFL the former Maryland lineman said he does not have any experience at that position.
“I don’t have any experience at guard, but I’m willing to do anything and everything,” Duncan said.
Duncan met with the Titans at the NFL Combine, again at the Senior Bowl and then was brought to Nashville for a top 30 visit leading up to the draft.
“All the meetings when very good, went very well. I did not think I was going to leave today. I thought I was going to leave yesterday, but God has His own plans and He works in His own ways. I’m grateful they picked me up and I’m ready to get to work,” Duncan said.
Duncan has had a bit of a problem with penalties in his college career with 20 over the past two seasons with the Terrapins.