As a whole, the 2013 NFL Draft class hasn't had the same kind of success that we've seen from the other classes over the past few years.
In terms of just Pro Bowlers, the 2014 draft class has already had twice as many players (10) named to multiple Pro Bowls than the 2013 class (five).
That said, there have still been a few players out of that 2013 class who have proven to be among the best in the league at their respective positions.
One of those is Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, who was selected by Chiefs general manager John Dorsey in the third round (No. 63 overall) out of the University of Cincinnati.
This was Dorsey's first draft as general manager of the Chiefs.
Kelce has twice been named a Pro Bowler (2015-16) and last year was named a first-team All-Pro for the first time in his career.
Only five players taken in the 2013 NFL Draft have been named an All-Pro at any point in their careers, and of the five, only Arizona Cardinals defensive back Tyrann Mathieu was selected later than Kelce in the draft—coming six spots later at No. 69 overall.