Colts rookie WR T.Y. Hilton was a wildly successful four-year performer at Florida International University.
Hilton set numerous school and Sun Belt Conference records with his all-purpose exploits that saw him snare 229 passes for 3,531 yards and 24 touchdowns, return four kickoffs for scores and hold a 27.2 average on 105 efforts, return two punts for touchdowns and hold a 12.5-yard average, rush for seven scores and even pass for one.
“When you get a great player like that, that is electric like that, it is fun,” said GM Ryan Grigson. “Sometimes you’ve got to go up and grab those guys. He is a little bit undersized and the history is that those types of guys with his size, they may be there in (round) four, but it’s not a certainty. … He really can fit us in the slot with a lot of things Bruce (Arians) does. We’ve had this guy targeted for a long time.”