Bill Belichick is reaching out to a familiar name as he works through a search to find a new offensive coordinator for the New England Patriots.

The Patriots are interviewing Adrian Klemm as part of their offensive coordinator search, Mike Reiss of ESPN reported. Klemm, the first-ever draft pick of Belichick’s Patriots regime, currently serves as associate head coach/run-game coordinator/offensive line coach at Oregon. He’s also a former Steelers offensive line coach.

Before the Steelers, Klemm coached at UCLA and SMU.

According to his Oregon bio, Klemm was a standout playing career at Hawai’i, and later the 46th overall selection in the 2000 NFL Draft. He spent 7 seasons in the NFL with the New England Patriots (5) and Green Bay Packers (2), and won 3 Super Bowl titles while with the Patriots. As a college player, Klemm was the left tackle for June Jones during his senior season (1999).

He was a part of the biggest turnaround in NCAA history as Hawai’i improved from 0-12 to 9-4 and won a bowl game that season.

He’s also a fantastic recruiter on the trail for the Ducks.