Brock Bowers, a Georgia Bulldogs star, has long been linked to the NFL Draft. After three seasons with the Bulldogs, the country’s top tight end prospect is turning pro. Bowers, projected to be a top-15 choice, is a unique talent capable of not only creating separation with his spectacular athleticism, but also causing significant damage after the catch.
Whoever drafts Bowers will receive a guy that has the ability to take over a game at any point. But if he could choose one team over the rest, which would it be?
Brock Bowers feels he would prefer playing for the Tennessee Titans.
Growing up watching football, it’s natural to develop admiration for a certain player or team, especially if you’re one of the finest athletes in the country with a strong enthusiasm for the sport you play. Every year, we see over 250 talents taken in the NFL Draft; it’s difficult to fathom many of these guys not having a favorite team, but we rarely hear these things discussed in public.
But everything changed this week when Brock Bowers was asked if he’d rather play for the Tennessee Titans or any other NFL team, and he didn’t hesitate.
“I’d be alright going to the Tennessee Titans. I liked it down in the Georgia, Tennessee area. That was cool, that would be a cool spot to be,” Bowers said.
Georgia Bulldogs star Brock Bowers on his preferred NFL team
The Titans own the seventh pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, which could put them in a prime position to select Bowers. Other teams ahead of the Titans with a potential need for Bowers include the Cardinals, Chargers, and Giants, but they also have other areas to address too.
Either way, Bowers would be thrilled to land with the Titans this April when the first round of the NFL Draft kicks off. If so, he’d likely have no trouble becoming one of the top targets for Will Levis in Tennessee, forming a trio with DeAndre Hopkins and Treylon Burks. Even with Chigoziem Okonkwo on hand, the Titans would benefit from adding Bowers too, where they’d have one of the better tight end tandems in the NFL.