In the past week, the 2013 tight end class got a massive flood of declarations: Tyler Eifert (Notre Dame), Zach Ertz and Levine Toilolo (Stanford), Jordan Reed (Florida), and Gavin Escobar (SDSU). It’s a diverse and highly talented group, all of whom have their unique strengths and weaknesses. Cincinnati senior Travis Kelce (younger brother of Eagles center, Jason Kelce) might have the most complete skillset of them all, though. A 6’6” 260 pound sledgehammer with speed and strength, Kelce will undoubtedly draw comparisons to Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski as he goes through the pre-draft process.
Kelce's complete skill set as a blocker and receiver and his ability to line up almost anywhere on the field was the most valuable asset for the Bearcat offense this year, and they made great use of his talent. While he may have toiled away in relative obscurity in comparison to the underclassmen from legacy programs, make no mistake that NFL teams are salivating over what he can bring to an offense.
http://www.rotoworld.com/articles/cfb/4 ... r-te-kelce
This guy is a solid blocker and a decent receiver. Seahawks should try to get this guy in the mid rounds if we don't spend our top rounds picks on someone like Zach Ertz. He might not be available in the mid rounds though depending on his performance at the combine.