Nick Fitzgerald was Mississippi State’s starting quarterback for three seasons. There’s a chance he may get an NFL opportunity at another position. The official Twitter account of the NFL Draft revealed that Fitzgerald was asked by at least one team to work out at tight end.

With Fitzgerald checking in at 6-5, 226 pounds, it’s not surprising to see a team views him as a potential tight end. lists Fitzgerald’s prospect grade as a 5.00 as a quarterback, giving him a 50-50 chance of making an NFL roster.

At MSU, Fitzgerald passed for 6,207 yards at a 54.2 completion percentage (511-of-942) with a 55-30 touchdown-to-interception ratio. He ran the ball 601 times for 3,607 yards and 47 touchdowns. He caught one pass in his college career, a nine-yard reception in 2016.

On Friday it was reported that Fitzgerald met with the New York Giants.