Wide Receivers (6): Robert Woods, Treylon Burks, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Kyle Philips (PR), Racey McMath, Reggie Roberson Jr. (KR)
There are four players in the wide receivers room who I would consider locks: Robert Woods, Treylon Burks, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine and Kyle Philips.
The final two spots are up in the air and a little harder to predict.
I was somewhat tempted to go with Josh Malone, but I need to see more from him outside of OTAs if I’m going to pick him over an athlete like Racey McMath.
The final spot was a little tricky. Dez Fitzpatrick has apparently made strides, but after a dreadful rookie season, it’s fair to remain skeptical of him at this point — and that’s where I am at.
The selection of Reggie Roberson Jr. is probably my boldest prediction on here, but it’s easy to see why I’m intrigued with his skill set.
When healthy, Roberson plays much faster than his 40 time indicates. He possesses blazing speed that can take the top off a defense, something the Titans’ offense has been yearning for. Roberson also has the shiftiness and explosiveness to be a valuable asset in the screen and short passing games.
In addition to his dynamic receiving abilities, the former Mustang totaled 301 kick return yards and one touchdown on nine return attempts. He’ll man kick return duties, while Philips handles the punt return job.
Celebrate 9⃣8⃣ days to game one with Reggie Roberson’s 98-yard kickoff return TD. #PonyUpDallas pic.twitter.com/0o2nAzjSF9
— SMU FootbaIl (@SMUFB) May 25, 2019
There are always a few undrafted free agents who impress their way into a roster spot, and I predict that Roberson will be one of those this year as long as he can stay on the field.