Almost every mock draft out there has the Dallas Cowboys taking a defensive player early. But what if Kyle Pitts falls to No. 10? Tight ends don’t often get a lot of respect early, but as his positional designation strongly implies, he’s more than a tight end. Pitts is my No. 2 overall player, and that’s because he can produce anywhere, at any position. He’s truly a unicorn.
Pitts is an electric pass-catcher with the athleticism and length to be a cheat code in the NFL. And in a Cowboys offense that has CeeDee Lamb, Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup, Ezekiel Elliott, Blake Jarwin, Dalton Schultz, and just got back Dak Prescott, Pitts is about to put defenses, like the Washington Football Team’s, on notice.