2013 Outlook: Kelce is ready to maul as a pro run-blocker, and is a good enough athlete that he played some Wildcat QB at the University of Cincinnati. But the Chiefs are apparently taking their time with him, as he has some rawness to his game. Plus, he was suspended for the entire 2010 college season. Kelce reportedly didn't impress in his first training camp, and Anthony Fasano is likely to see the field much more in '13. (Tony Moeaki is out with a broken shoulder.) Kelce could eventually turn into an exciting player, but it probably won't be this year.
2013 Outlook: Escobar is a catch-first TE who was highly productive at San Diego State, but there are major questions about his strength as a blocker. Plus, he timed out at only 4.84 in the 40-yard dash at April's combine, putting him in offensive-lineman territory. Nevertheless, he's a talented enough pass-catcher that it's hard to dislike him as a prospect down the line. This year is probably a learning one for Escobar, as the Cowboys attempt to get him much stronger. In the future, they view him as a possible Jason Witten replacement.
2013 Outlook: Watson goes from being a frequent contributor on one of the NFL's worst offenses to a backup behind fantasy juggernaut Jimmy Graham for one of the league's highest-scoring teams. Watson is still a marginally productive player, but even in his heyday he never finished a season higher than No. 10 among fantasy TEs, and he surely won't top that mark in 2013. However, it's worth noting that Drew Brees targeted last year's backup David Thomas 17 times, resulting in 11 catches and four TDs. So even when Graham plays a starring role, there should be some table scraps for Watson.