BOSTON (CBS) – The New England Patriots had a pair of draft picks Thursday night.

With the 17th overall pick, the Pats took offensive tackle Nate Solder.

READ MORE: Arizona Mother Worried Son's Surgery In Boston Will Be Rescheduled Again Due To COVID

Solder is from the University of Colorado.

He lists at an enormous six-foot-eight-inches and 319 pounds.

READ MORE: How Long Should You Wait To Be Boosted After Getting COVID? Dr. Mallika Marshall Answers Your COVID Questions

Matt Light is a free agent, so the team could be setting up Soldier as his replacement.

With six-foot-eight Sebastian Vollmer, Tom Brady could end up having the twin towers on his sides.

MORE NEWS: I-Team: Mass General Brigham Nurses Concerned About Limited Supply Of N95 Masks

The Pats traded away their 28th overall pick to New Orleans for a second round pick this year and a first round pick in 2012.