Titans select UCLA WR Kyle Phillips with the no. 163 pick in the 2022 NFL Draft

Entering the later rounds of the draft, the Titans had a few more positions to address.

Wide receiver, interior offensive line, and potentially defensive line were all spots Tennessee should’ve had their eyes on. In the end, it was receiver that won the lucky prize, by way of UCLA receiver Kyle Phillips.

Based on his measurements, his 5’11, 189 pound frame, along with his 4.58 40 time gives me the impression that he’s a shorter receiver with some decent quickness, but nothing over the top.

And based on the thoughts of our site scout James Foster, these observations are correct.

Scout’s take

Our own James Foster (A.K.A. NoFlagsFilm) has worked extremely hard to scout this year’s eligible draft prospects. His opinion is very valuable and will be used to gauge feeling on Titans related draft selections this weekend.

This time, Broadway’s own Easton Freeze will deliver his thoughts.

Author: TreJean WatkinsTre Watkins is a writer who has covered the Titans since 2019 for BlackSportsOnline, The Brawl Network, and now Broadway Sports Media. FC Barcelona and Yankees baseball are his two loves, Forca Barca!

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