It's been said many times before, but it bears repeating: Kirk Ferentz knows how to pick NFL-caliber tight ends.

Prior to this year, every starting tight end coached by Ferentz at Iowa has gone on to the NFL. That trend continues this year as the Kansas City Chiefs used the No. 93 pick in the 2010 NFL Draft to select Iowa's Tony Moeaki.

Moeaki is a complete, every-down-type tight end with tremendous upside, something the Chiefs are sorely in need of. He should get a chance for immediate playing time, as neither Brad Cottam or Leonard Pope distinguished themselves this past season.

At 6'4'', 250 lbs, the all-Big Ten first-team selection has the size it takes to make it as a starter in the NFL. And that size doesn't slow him down at all, either.

Because of several injuries at Iowa, his...

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