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Aug 17, 2014; Charlotte, NC, USA; Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (87) runs after catching a pass during the third quarter against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

124. . TE. Kansas City Chiefs. Travis Kelce. 7. player

Want to talk about big play ability? Look no further than second year player, Travis Kelce in Kansas City.

After missing all of his rookie season with a knee injury, Kelce is healthy and is displaying why Andy Reid took this young man in the third round of last years draft. At 6-foot-6, 260 pounds Kelce has moves that some receivers don’t possess, and has the speed to out run defensive backs.

So far this preseason, he leads the Chiefs in receiving and has two touchdowns, one of 63 yards and another of 43 yards. Alex Smith loves to target his tight ends and this guy can bring a whole new element to the Chiefs offense.

The tight end is a position that Andy Reid likes to get involved as well. Though Chiefs tight ends only caught 54 passes for 537 yards in 2013, when comparing to Reid’s last four season’s in Philly, his tight ends averaged 72 receptions and 855 yards.

Anthony Fasano is the undoubted starter but, with the way Kelce has shown so far, and, the poor play of the offensive line, two tight end formations will be huge in KC in 2014 and Kelce will be on the field.

If you can land this kid somewhere late in the draft, he is a must have. I would even feel comfortable starting him week one, considering the suspension of Dwayne Bowe