The Colts had five skill-position players who made significant impacts as rookies. The guy who drafted each of them sees one having the biggest potential of any guy on the roster to break out in 2013.
“The first player that would come to mind would be [tight end] Coby Fleener,” G.M. Ryan Grigson sold Scott Pioli of Pro Football Talk on NBCSN. “Knock on wood, he’s a guy that you knew had speed, had size being six-six and running 4.51 [seconds in the 40-yard dash]. You know he could be a tough mismatch downfield because he could play above the rim.”
It sounds as if the Colts intend to play a lot of two-TE sets which would allow both Dwayne Allen and Fleener to be on the field at the same time. If that's the case, they both have a chance to be solid fantasy TE2s.