Joe Alt named a perfect fit for Titans in 2024 NFL draft

In an article listing the best NFL draft fits for some of the biggest spenders in free agency, Notre Dame offensive tackle Joe Alt was the choice for the Tennessee Titans.

Here’s what Pro Football Focus’ Brad Spielberger had to say about Alt going to the Titans:

Enter Joe Alt, a gargantuan 6-foot-8 and 322-pound tackle who just recently turned 21 years old after two elite seasons of earning overall grades above 90.0 at Notre Dame. Alt allowed just eight total quarterback pressures and one sack over the past two seasons on nearly 800 pass-blocking reps. In addition, Alt is an incredibly smooth mover for his size, earning a zone run-blocking grade above 90.0 in 2023 to boot.

The left-side combination of Alt and 2023 first-round left guard Peter Skoronski could develop into one of the more formidable sides of an offensive line in the NFL. Levis needs to get his pressure-to-sack rate down and not look for the home run on every single throw, but he can stand more confidently in the pocket with this final addition to an offensive line quickly turning around.

While the Titans have made some big moves this offseason, they still have a handful to address, with left tackle being by far the biggest one left.

Alt is considered the best left tackle in the class and has the potential to shore up the position for the next decade. If he’s on the board at No. 7, the Titans should absolutely pounce.

All that said, the Titans also need to make sure they have a veteran insurance policy in place just in case things don’t fall their way next month.

Story originally appeared on Titans Wire