Titans’ pre-draft visit included a visit with Oklahoma OT Tyler Guyton.

On a pre-draft 30 visit, offensive tackle Tyler Guyton of the Oklahoma Sooners was hosted by the Tennessee Titans. According to a league source, the visit to Music City Miracles took place in March. General manager Ran Carthon may target Guyton in the 2024 NFL Draft because of the Titans’ extreme need at tackle.

It makes sense that the Titans are really interested in offensive tackles. They recently had pre-draft visits from Joe Alt and JC Latham as well. Guyton is the third tackle that is confirmed to have traveled to Nashville via an official 30.

Guyton is a talented tackle with uncommon mobility abilities. Guyton uses his agility to his advantage as a dominant pass-protection blocker. To realize Guyton’s full potential, a few technological developments are necessary. Right now, his punch placement and timing are uneven. Guyton also frequently reveals his chest when providing pass protection. Under the guidance of an excellent offensive line coach like Bill Callahan, these faults can be easily removed.

Guyton at the NFL Combine showed off his exceptional athleticism. At 6 feet 7 inches and 322 pounds, the Sooners star made an impression during the weigh-in procedure. Guyton had a lightning-fast 1.76 10-yard split in the 40-yard dash and a 34.5-inch vertical leap as well as an 8-foot-11 broad jump in 5.19 seconds.

The Titans don’t seem to have any obvious first-round picks on the left or right side when they head into the 2024 NFL Draft. For Oklahoma, Guyton started more than 1,000 plays at right tackle and fewer than 100 at blindside protector. But Guyton’s mobility does suggest a more reliable transfer to left tackle in the future.

Guyton is anticipated to be selected in the middle to late stages of the first round. After concluding his in-person visitation with the team, Guyton may become a target for the Titans, particularly if they choose to trade down from the No. 7 overall pick.

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