Four-star tight end Kyle Pitts has made his decision as to where he’s going to play football at the next level, and he’s going to be a Florida Gator.
Pitts, in conjunction with Bleacher Report’s Commitment Week, made the announcement via a fun, short video of the big-time TE having fun with family and friends at Six Flags before revealing his decision to go to Florida over Georgia and Virginia Tech.
Pitts picking the Gators makes a lot of sense, as the Gators have a long history of success of cultivating talent at the position and run a pro-style scheme, which Pitts should thrive in.
Georgia was always going to be tough, as the team is already loaded at tight end, highlighted by Isaac Nauta, but also just added John FitzPatrick, too, last week, so playing time might have been a problem for Pitts in Athens.
Pitts is the No. 11 tight end in the class of 2018.