this freak of nature may be yet another great. white TE for years to come. (funny how few black pass catching TEs need to work on their blocking, eh) his pre draft analysis: "Kelce's really gifted. He had some off-field issues, but since he's been back, he's been one of the best combination tight ends in this draft. He's a tough kid. He's faster than you think. He'll block in line." -- Mike Mayock Chiefs third-round TE Travis Kelce admitted he needs to work on his blocking. Kelce has been lighting up camp with highlight-reel catches, underscoring his freakish athletic upside as a "move" tight end. If he can get his blocking assignments down, there will be some sleeper TE2 appeal here. Kelce has far more upside than Tony Moeaki or Anthony Fasano.