ESPN NFL Draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. unveiled his latest mock draft this week, and included, for the first time ever, some hypothetical trades. But he also had two former SEC players in his top 5.

During a segment on ESPN Radio with “Keyshawn, Jwill and Zubin,” Kiper heaped plenty of praise for former Florida TE Kyle Pitts, who he has going No. 4 to the New York Jets. Keyshawn Johnson pointed out that Kiper has Pitts over the likes of LSU’s Ja’Marr Chase.

“It’s tight end because you’re not going to find anybody near what Kyle Pitts is in Round 2, Round 3, but you can find wide receivers,” Kiper said. “In Round 2, they’re going to be really good. Nico Collins out of Michigan is a nice player, opted out, got his weight down at the Senior Bowl. Good power forward type receiver, and a host of other guys could be in the slot. Think about Amari Rodgers at Clemson, Elijah Moore at Ole Miss. So a lot of receivers in Round 2 and Round 3 could be really, really good. No tight end in this draft is even close to Kyle Pitts.”

For a refresher, here’s Kiper’s top 10:

#1 Jaguars – QB Trevor Lawrence
#2 Falcons – QB Zach Wilson *
#3 Dolphins – WR DeVonta Smith
#4 Jets – TE Kyle Pitts
#5 Bengals – OT Penei Sewell
#6 Eagles – WR Ja’Marr Chase
#7 49ers – QB Justin Fields *
#8 Panthers – QB Mac Jones
#9 Patriots – QB Trey Lance *
#10 Cowboys – CB Patrick Surtain II
*represents a hypothetical trade projected by Kiper

The Pitts conversation begins at the 3:05: