Kyle Pitts In Position To Lead Gators Dynamic Offense

Brian Lamb
Brian Lamb is the owner of NFL Draft Lounge and has covered the NFL Draft since 2011. Brian is also the owner of the Infinity Sports Network, which NFL Draft Lounge belongs to.
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Barring unforeseen circumstances surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic, we could see college football in 2020. With quarterbacks Tua Tagovailoa and Jake Fromm now in the National Football League, the SEC could potentially be wide open. If the Florida Gators are able to make noise in the SEC East, look for the Gators to do it behind Kyle Pitts, Florida’s junior tight end.

ESPN’s Mel Kiper listed Kyle Pitts 23rd overall in his first big board of the 2021 NFL Draft process. In fact, Kiper had two tight ends listed on his board. This is refreshing after we didn’t see a tight end off the board in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft.┬áPro Football Network’s Nick Farabaugh recently listed Kyle Pitts as his top tight end ahead of the 2020 college football season.

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