Will Levis will be in a great situation at Tennessee, ESPN’s Todd McShay said in a late Friday night recap of the second day of the NFL Draft.

“There’s some areas of his game that need to be worked on,” McShay said. “He’s got to cut down on the turnovers, 23 interceptions the last 2 seasons. But he’s got a big arm, he has the mobility. He now goes to a Tennessee team that has a 35-year-old quarterback in Ryan Tannehill, who was 23rd in the league in QBR a year ago, they have 2 voidable years next year on Tannehill’s contract. So they could easily move on from Tannehill, which is what I think they’ll do because of the salary cap hit.”

That gives Levis this year to learn the new system and get ready to adjust to the NFL, have more flexibility in the upper body and protect the football more, McShay said.

“You could be the starter for the Tennessee Titans 2 years from now,” McShay said. “This is a great situation for Will Levis, obviously a very frustrating first round. But this is a great spot for him.”

Levis was on-hand in Kansas City for the first round but did not stick around for Friday’s broadcast of Rounds 2-3. In the end, Levis was selected 33rd overall by the Titans after Tennessee traded up in Round 2.