New York Giants head coach Pat Shurmur is at the NFL Combine to scout potential talent he can bring onto the roster in 2019, while his son, Vanderbilt quarterback Kyle Shurmur, is there to improve his draft stock.

The situation is so rare that only four other times in the last 35 years has an NFL general manager or head coach been on the scene at the Combine while their son is participating.

While both tried to keep it professional, they shared a warm family moment on Thursday as the Giants conducted interviews across from Kyle.

“There were informal interviews and I was near the Giants,” the younger Shurmur said via NJ Advance Media. “He came up and gave me a hug — a bro hug or whatever you call it.”

The Giants themselves have not had a formal or informal interview with Kyle, but given their need for a quarterback and the familiarity the two obviously share, such a meeting could be on tap in the coming days.

For now, however, Pat is just elated that his son is there at the Combine and moving towards a career in the NFL.

“I’m extremely proud of him,” Pat said. “He’s made great decisions. He did an excellent job in high school giving himself the opportunity to go to a place like Vanderbilt. He graduated in 3 1/2 years. Helped them win games. He’s a good player.”

Currently, Las Vegas gives Kyle 32/1 odds of playing for the New York Giants in 2019.