Well, Pitts is a complete athletic freak with unbelievable college production this year. He had 12 TD's against an all-SEC schedule, in only 8 games. He put up nearly 18 yards/catch. He was absolutely unstoppable when he was on the field and the Gators offense ran through him. He's not one of those guys that's projected to be a great NFL player because of his height/weight/speed, but did nothing in college. He was in the Heisman conversation - as a tight end! Just because some of the other 1st round TE's flamed out, doesn't mean you don't take a guy that looks like an absolute game changer if he's there. TE is a weird position in that there are spans of years where no top tier pass catcher come into the league. Guys that can break matchups are few and far between, and having one of those players puts your offense in an advantageous position over almost every defense. No one has a defender that can cover a 6'6" 245lb receiver that runs a 4.5 40.