The Falcons may have struck gold by choosing tight end Kyle Pitts with their top decision in the NFL draft. The Florida item posted 770 yards in 2020 through eight games and arrived at the midpoint of almost 20 yards for each gathering. His 12 accepting scores were sufficient to be third in the whole FBS.

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Pitts broke onto the scene with the Gators in 2019 when he posted 649 accepting yards and five scores. To get going the 2020 season, Pitts opened up with almost 200 getting yards and finished the game with four scores against Ole Miss. While Ole miss might not have a first class protection, Pitts never avoided going up against the most elite.