The Tennessee Titans selected Utah offensive lineman Jeremiah Poutasi with the 66th overall pick of the third round of the NFL Draft on Friday.

The last two seasons Poutasi has started every game for Utah at left tackle. He had enough success there that he opted to leave the Utes after his junior season. But he might not be on the outside come next season.

"He's not going to turn 21 until training camp, so he's still a very young player,” CBS Sports' Dane Brugler told the Deseret News last week. “I don't think he can survive on the edge, so you kick him inside at guard."

While at Utah, he was mostly responsible for protecting his quarterback's blindside, but his greatest strength as a lineman could be when a tailback is running up the middle.

"He has the power and potential to be a bully in the run game," Brugler said. "He needs to work on technique and leverage, but he can really dominate in a square. That fits the power schemes at the NFL level. His best football's ahead of him. … He could come off the board and be a guard in the league for a long time."

Poutasi played 36 of 37 games while at Utah, starting 35. He was named Second-team All Pac-12 last season.