Titans to host Louisville CB Jarvis Brownlee Jr. on top-30 visit

The Tennessee Titans are scheduled to host Louisville cornerback Jarvis Brownlee Jr. on a top-30 visit, according to Justin Melo of The Draft Network.

Melo adds that the Titans also met with Brownlee Jr. at the Senior Bowl.

Here’s more on Brownlee Jr., per Lance Zierlein of, who notes that the Louisville product could be a Day 3 pick and offers inside/outside versatility.

Aggressive press cornerback with average size but above-average competitive fire. Scouts say Brownlee made a point of working hard on his body and his approach to improve his chances on the next level, and he did just that. He’s extremely rugged and physical over the first 5 yards to disrupt route timing and can close the catch window if he’s in position. Brownlee is just average as the route expands in man and could be prone to penalties and allowing explosive plays down the field. There is no lack of toughness in his run support, and he’s an easy fit on special teams. Brownlee could have teams targeting him on Day 3 as a nickel defender with the potential to bump outside.

This is the second top-30 visit Tennessee has set with a cornerback that we know of, as Melo also reported that the Titans have one scheduled with Missouri cornerback, Kris Abrams-Draine.

Expect the Titans have plenty of interest in this year’s cornerbacks class, as the team is in need of another starter and could also use more depth options.

Story originally appeared on Titans Wire