It seems as though New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick collects former Rutgers players. On Tuesday, he added another one.

The Patriots traded a 2020 second-round pick to the Atlanta Falcons for veteran wide receiver Mohamed Sanu according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. He will be the fourth former Rutgers play on the New England active roster.

Sanu has been a very reliable wide receiver in his eight-year NFL career and should be the perfect fit in the Patriots offense. Sanu has 33 receptions for 313 yards and one touchdown in seven games this season.

The 30-year-old played against the Patriots in Super Bowl LI, suffering heartbreak as the Falcons blew a 25-point lead.

In four years with the Falcons, Sanu posted 225 catches for 2,507 yards and 14 touchdowns. Prior to joining Atlanta in 2016, Sanu played four years for the Bengals.

At Rutgers, Sanu did a little bit of everything, accumulating 210 receptions, 2,263 receiving yards, 653 rushing yards and 207 passing yards. He threw for four touchdowns on just 18 passing attempts for the Scarlett Knights.

In the NFL, Sanu is 7 for 8 with 233 passing yards and four touchdowns. The only incompletion in his career came last year. One would expect the Patriots to take advantage of that unique skillset.

Sanu will join the McCourty brothers, Devin and Jason, along with Duron Harmon as the four former Rutgers players on the Patriots roster. Harmon and Sanu overlapped at Rutgers from 2009-11, and Devin McCourty was also on the 2009 team.