TCU football had a magical run in 2022 that would not have been possible without two key contributors on offense: Max Duggan and Quentin Johnston.
Obviously the rest of the team was solid, too, but those two guys were playing at an All-American level all season long and they were the reason no one wanted to face the Horned Frogs.
Now that Johnston is off to the NFL, he could find a new home via the first round of the draft.
Which organizations could he join this spring?
3. Tennessee Titans (No. 11)
The Titans didn’t have a good offense last season outside of Derrick Henry, plain and simple. So with the 11th pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, I could see Tennessee going offense.
Tennessee went receiver with their first-round pick (No. 18 overall) a year ago, picking up Treylon Burks to try and make up for the loss of AJ Brown. What are the chances they go receiver again in 2023? Probably not great, but we’ve seen teams do it in the past, especially with an elite talent like Quentin Johnston sitting there.
Burks had just 33 catches for 444 yards and a touchdown last season but pair him with Johnston next season and both receivers will flourish.
The Titans are losing Robert Woods, Nick Westbrook, and Cody Hollister to free agency, so helping the offense with another receiving threat wouldn’t be a bad idea in round one.