On Thursday, Kentucky quarterback Will Levis fell out of the first round, shocking many.
Levis was considered a top-five pick before the draft. He didn't go on Day 1, but there was still interest in him going early on Friday.
Levis was picked 33rd by the Tennessee Titans, ending his stunning fall.It's amusing that the first-round bust attracted second-round interest.
Before the draft resumed, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported that several teams wanted to trade up for a second-round quarterback.
Rapoport predicted a Pittsburgh Steelers deal at pick 32. He was wrong, but the Titans traded with the Arizona Cardinals for the 33rd pick one choice later.
This deal shows how the Titans feel about second-year quarterback Malik Willis, who they famously picked last year after he fell to the second round of the 2023 NFL Draft.
Willis struggled in three Titans starts last season, completing only 50.8 percent of his passes. He may never start for them after this pick.
Levis's Titans debut will be intriguing. Ryan Tannehill, a veteran starter, remains.