2021 NFL Draft: Kyle Pitts or Ja’Marr Chase?

Pitts and Chase are two of the most talented offensive weapons in college football. Both are SEC battle tested and dominate at their respective positions. So in the chance that your team gets the privilege of picking between them, who do you go with? If a team is in need of an offensive weapon, who will bring the most to an offense? Let’s find out.


At the wide receiver position, Ja’Marr Chase is the best prospect since A.J. Green came out in the 2011 NFL Draft. His game is near perfect and he is a pro ready prospect. Route running, physicality, catching, reliability, consistency, and athletically gifted, Chase is one of the most complete players that will be in the league from the second he gets there.


Kyle Pitts is a polarizing prospect who is different than any playmaker in the league today. He carries a toned 244 pounds in a hulking 6’6″ frame and confining him to the label of a tight end would be an injustice to him. He makes all the plays you could possibly ask from a receiver and has a physical play style that is very reminiscent of Megatron.


As football fans, we are blessed to be born in an era where we can witness the greatness of Kyle Pitts. The league has never seen anything like him and he can just bring an element to an offense that Ja’Marr Chase can’t. His size to athleticism ratio is what sets him apart. He will quickly become one of the best offensive playmakers in the league and we could possibly see a bronze bust of Pitts in Canton one day.