Will Levis is looking to prove the Tennessee Titans made the right choice by drafting him in the 2023 NFL Draft. Taken at pick 33 after three other quarters went in the top five, Levis is looking to stake his claim as a legit NFL QB.

But, obviously, it's going to take some time. Levis is going through growing pains during the Titans' organized team activities. Reading he field and improving accuracy are the steps he has to take if he wants to beat out Ryan Tannehill for the starting job. But the Kentucky product isn't letting himself get too down, according to Turron Davenport of ESPN.

“I know I have more opportunities tomorrow and the next day, so I'm not going to beat myself up,” Levis said, via ESPN. “High standards is the name of the game. It's not to beat yourself up. It's to motivate you to go out there and perform to the best of your ability.”

Levis has the potential to be a good playmaker for the Titans but he will probably spend his rookie year as the backup. Despite his OTA struggles, Tennessee isn't discouraged. So far, coaches have spoken highly of him.

“Will's done a good job of coming in and going to work,” Titans quarterbacks coach Charles London said, via ESPN. “He played in a pro-style offense at Kentucky so he's been in the huddle, under center and called plays. That's helped his transition so far.”

It could end up being a long road for Levis to becoming the Titan's QB1. But with that mindset, he has what it takes to traverse it.