Over the past few years, general manager Jon Robinson has been great at finding diamonds in the rough along the defensive line, as we already mentioned.
Garrett, who some analysts projected would be drafted as high as the fourth round, feels like he could be the next one.
The Ohio State product played against tough competition in college at Ohio State, so he’s a bit more NFL-ready than most. Adding to that, Garrett is capable of playing multiple spots upfront, further helping his cause.
As things stand now, the Titans have four roster locks upfront in Jeffery Simmons, Denico Autry, Naquan Jones and Teair Tart.
Larrell Murchison is another possibility to make the roster, but he’s not a lock after a quiet start to his career. The Titans carried five defensive linemen on their initial 53-man roster in 2021, but carried six in the two years prior, so Garrett could have a pair of avenues to make the cut.