Throughout this answer the following conventions are used:
- CT = Ciphertext or transmitted output of the encapsulation algorithm
- PK = Public key or transmitted output of the key generation algorithm
- Cat 1 / 3 / 5 = NIST security categories with the following specification:
Any attack that breaks the relevant security definition must require computational resources comparable to or greater than those required for key search on a block cipher with a 128/192/256-bit key
The following table gives you the tools to calculate the desired sizes from the given parameter sets - wherever I could figure out the relevant formulas from the supporting documentation PDF.
Unfortunately the SABER documentation was rather unclear on how the sizes are computed (it appears they want one to infer them from the sizes of the packed objects). Fortunately the relevant sizes are already precomputed in a table in their paper.
For NTRU there were two models of computation given, for the sake of comparability I have chosen the weaker ("local") model of computation as the other one didn't have a single named parameter set with category 5 security.
The following table uses the above formulas to compute the sizes for the smallest specified parameter sets that satisfy a given security category as assigned in the supporting documentation of the submission.