3. If forced to choose one Hall-of-Famer on the Atlanta Falcons roster I would pick rookie Kyle Pitts
Okay okay, I get it perhaps a big leap to take talking about Canton for a player who is yet to take a meaningful snap in a Falcons’ uniform. However, Kyle Pitts is just that special he was the best overall player in this draft class and is going to be a star in Atlanta.
Kyle Pitts is the hybrid tight-end who is going to help evolve the position even further. By season’s end, I expect the rookie to be included in conversations with Travis Kelce and George Kittle as one of the best playmakers and receivers at the position.
Rarely do you see as many pundits all as high on the same player as many were on Kyle Pitts heading into the draft. Indicating just how good this kid is going to be.
If you watched Pitts at all during his time in Florida you know the insane talent level he had making great SEC defenders look like children trying to guard him. Pitts is going to put together a great career one that will land him in the Hall-of-Fame.