DEPTH CHARTS FEATURE - What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said before TAYLOR LEWAN made the Tennessee Titans' depth chart: Michigan, 6071 309 4.87. Four-year starter with long arms and a wide body. Reminds us of former Wolverine Jon Runyan, long-time Eagles’ right tackle. When he gets his mitts on you, it’s all over. Plays left tackle from a preset two-point stance. Good mirror and slide in pass protection. Slides his feet while squaring up the pass rusher. Sits down and locks out. Must work to bend his knees and not grab a speed rusher. Aggressive in his play. Good position and sustain. Pass blocking is the most important skills for today’s NFL linemen and Lewan sets quickly and can slide-shuffle with good athletic ability and quick feet. Has dominated defenders at times with weight transfer, change of direction, and body control. He can pancake a slant tackle. Gets inside position on a defensive end or tackle with foot quickness. Can handle a twist stunt with quickness and space adjustment. Can be a road grader. Lines up at left or right tight end in the heavy packages. Elevated his game in 2013 and put a cherry on top with lights out Combine workout. Physical on down blocks. Can be beat inside at times. Had a good battle with Jadeveon Clowney in the 2012 Outback Bowl. OSR:1/ 40. Top 10 pick. (A-33 7/8, H-9 1/4, BP-29, 10-1.71).