Kyle Pitts

TE, Florida

  • Conf SEC - East
  • Jersey #--
  • Class Junior
  • HT 6'5"
  • DOB --
  • WT 239 lbs


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    As a former quarterback, Kyle Pitts’ journey to tight end started one day at summer football camp while at Temple. Moved to tight end in an experimental role, his future remained there following that day. At Florida, he became a focal point of the team’s offense. From multiple platforms he proved to be a dominant option in the passing game as well as a serviceable threat as a run blocker. At 6-foot-6, he plays just as big as his size indicates. More in the role of a big receiver, Pitts can align outside, in the slot, or place his hand in the dirt in-line. As an F tight end, his combination of size, athleticism, and hands makes him a multi-level threat for creative offensive coordinators. As a run blocker, he’s sustainable and willing as a one-on-one blocker, but also isn’t afraid to get his face dirty in the box, either. Pitts will need to go to a team that can use him in creative ways with an outside-the-box thinker orchestrating the offense that allows his assets to shine.

    Ideal RolePitts is best served to be cross-trained as both a wide receiver and tight end as he has lots of value at both spots on the depth chart.

    Scheme Fit: The former Gator’s best scheme fit is as an “F” tight end, which means he’s used outside, in the slot, and in-line in multiple ways in both the running and passing game.

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