Kyle Pitts may be the first non-quarterback drafted this month and his father will get some credit for helping his son rise to the top of the class.

During an appearance on Brother From Another this week, Pitts said his father saw the way players like Travis Kelce and George Kittle were making the tight end position “relevant” and encouraged his son to make the move from quarterback to the new spot. Pitts said it wasn’t the easiest change and an early coach told him he wouldn’t be able to do it, but it “all came to fruition” while he was at Florida.