We already knew Georgia’s offense was going to look a lot different next season but we what we didn’t know was that the Bulldogs would be getting multiple players from the NCAA transfer portal to assistant in the offensive makeover in Athens.

Following Jamie Newman’s decision to transfer from Wake Forest to Georgia last week, former Florida State tight end Tre’ McKitty has become the second former ACC playmaker in as many weeks to join Kirby Smart’s program.

McKitty announced the news on Monday afternoon, with a post on Twitter. He is a graduate transfer, making him eligible immediately for the Bulldogs next season.

During his three seasons on the field in Tallahassee, McKitty caught 50 passes for 520 yards and two touchdowns. The Bradenton, Fla., native signed with FSU out of IMG Academy in the 2017 recruiting class over Georgia, Auburn and Miami.

To get an idea of what McKitty could bring to Georgia’s offense next season, check out this video featuring some of his highlights during his FSU career: