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2015 NFL DRAFT

TY Hilton, WR

School: Florida International  |  Conference: BELT
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Miami, FL
Height/Weight: 5-10 / 183 lbs.
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04/30/2012 - A closer look at the Colts picks: 3/92 - T.Y. Hilton, WR, 5-9, 183, Florida International...Speedster who is expected to see playing time as a receiver as well as a punt and kick returner. Impressed Colts special teams coaches with his ability to break big plays. COULD SURPRISE: Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton: An undersized wide receiver who has 4.3 speed. Hilton can return punts and kickoffs as well as play slot receiver as a deep threat. - The Sports Xchange

04/27/2012 - WR T.Y. Hilton, Florida International -- An explosive return specialist recruited to bigger programs who opted to stay closer to home, Hilton could be the ideal replacement for Pierre Garcon.

04/09/2012 - 2012 NFL COMBINE MEDICAL RECHECK: WR T.Y. Hilton, Florida International (5-10, 183): There might not be a more explosive athlete in this draft class, but strong durability concerns hurts his NFL future, including a hamstring issue that kept him out of any all-star games and the combine. Hilton was healthy enough to run at his pro day on March 9 and ran consistent times in the 4.3s, showing off his natural speed to pro scouts. He battled injuries over his career and his frail-looking frame creates concern with NFL teams, pushing his draft value into the middle rounds. - Frank Cooney, NFLDraftScout.com

03/19/2012 - After suffering a severe quad injury in his team's Beef O'Brady's Bowl appearance against Marshall last December, former Miami Springs Golden Hawk T.Y. Hilton was unable to participate in either the Senior Bowl in January or the late-February NFL combine, two important events he was invited to for being a potential NFL draft pick. That made last Friday, March 9 even more important for Hilton. Having completed a remarkable and record-breaking four-year career at FIU that saw him break several FIU and Sun Belt Conference career records, it was Pro Day for Hilton as FIU hosted representatives from most NFL teams, who converge on a school on any one day to work out potential prospects as they had done the day before at the University of Miami. With his agent Drew Rosenhaus looking on, Hilton, arguably the greatest athlete to ever come out of Springs, was finally healthy, fit and ready to go as he ran a series of drills, pass patterns and, of course the all-important 40-yard dash. Hilton ran the 40 twice, once into a breeze and once with the breeze at his back. According to father Tyrone Sr., who sat next to Rosenhaus during the workout, his son ran a 4.38 into the wind and a sizzling 4.28 with it, which they averaged out to 4.33. "Performance-wise, I felt great," Hilton told The Miami Herald. "A lot of teams said I had a good time, so they were impressed with me. My footwork was good and I left it all out on the field. I did everything I could and hopefully the teams see me in that way and will be very impressed." - Bill Daley, The Miami Herald

03/09/2012 - In his last chance to show pro scouts what he was made of, T.Y. Hilton was forced to play with an injured quadricep that did not allow him to play at his highest level. Today, he finally got his second chance. And he did not disappoint. On his first run of the 40-yard dash, Hilton ran a blazing 4.36, which would have tied for the best time if it had been run at the NFL Combine. Hilton noted that the scouts were impressed by his performance. "Coming from an injury in the bowl game, they said I did really well," Hilton said. "They said they could see me playing in the National Football League." When it came time for Hilton to catch passes from his quarterback Wesley Carroll, he only dropped one pass. On what would be his final catch of the day, Hilton caught the pass but began to wince. Then, he spiked the ball as hard as he could against the wall in agony. "I started cramping in that area. The coaches told me to just shut it down" Not only did all the scouts take notice, but also his dad, Tyrone Hilton, was excited to see him back in action. "Its very interesting because he's been hurt since the bowl game and to see him out here running full speed for the first time since then," Hilton said. "To run a 4.3 (40) that's pretty good." Before the day got started, the elder Hilton gave his son some fatherly advice. "I just told him to play within yourself," Hilton said. "All the people that's out here, all the teams out here, don't worry. Just be within yourself." Hilton did just that, performing as he did the past four seasons at FIU, to the max. His father wishes that his son could end up on his favorite team, the Oakland Raiders, but he knows that he has no control over it. "My team is the Raiders," Hilton said with a chuckle. "But whatever team he goes to, I know he's going to bring some quality, some explosiveness to the slot receiver position." - FIU football

12/19/2011 - 2011 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM: T.Y. Hilton (FIU, Sr., WR), has been selected All-Sun Belt Conference First Team for the 2011 college football season. Hilton had another stellar season for FIU, finishing the regular season with 950 receiving yards and an FIU record-tying seven receiving touchdowns. This season, Hilton broke several FIU and Sun Belt Conference career records including receiving yards, receiving touchdowns, all-purpose yards and kickoff return yards. Early in the season, in front of a national ESPN audience, Hilton burned Co-BIG EAST Champion Louisville Cardinals for an FIU-record 201 yards, earning National Player of the Week honors. Later in the year, against FAU, Hilton broke off a 97-yard punt return for touchdown. The punt return is the longest in FIU history, second-longest in Sun Belt history, and makes Hilton the first FIU player, and just the third in Sun Belt history, with two or more punt returns for touchdown. This marks the fourth-consecutive season Hilton earned First Team All-Sun Belt honors. - Florida International football

12/19/2011 - 2011 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM: T.Y. Hilton (FIU, Sr., Return Specialist), has been selected All-Sun Belt Conference First Team for the 2011 college football season. Hilton had another stellar season for FIU, finishing the regular season with 950 receiving yards and an FIU record-tying seven receiving touchdowns. This season, Hilton broke several FIU and Sun Belt Conference career records including receiving yards, receiving touchdowns, all-purpose yards and kickoff return yards. Early in the season, in front of a national ESPN audience, Hilton burned Co-BIG EAST Champion Louisville Cardinals for an FIU-record 201 yards, earning National Player of the Week honors. Later in the year, against FAU, Hilton broke off a 97-yard punt return for touchdown. The punt return is the longest in FIU history, second-longest in Sun Belt history, and makes Hilton the first FIU player, and just the third in Sun Belt history, with two or more punt returns for touchdown. This marks the fourth-consecutive season Hilton earned First Team All-Sun Belt honors. - Florida International football

12/19/2011 - 2011 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM: T.Y. Hilton (FIU, Sr., All Purpose), has been selected All-Sun Belt Conference First Team for the 2011 college football season. Hilton had another stellar season for FIU, finishing the regular season with 950 receiving yards and an FIU record-tying seven receiving touchdowns. This season, Hilton broke several FIU and Sun Belt Conference career records including receiving yards, receiving touchdowns, all-purpose yards and kickoff return yards. Early in the season, in front of a national ESPN audience, Hilton burned Co-BIG EAST Champion Louisville Cardinals for an FIU-record 201 yards, earning National Player of the Week honors. Later in the year, against FAU, Hilton broke off a 97-yard punt return for touchdown. The punt return is the longest in FIU history, second-longest in Sun Belt history, and makes Hilton the first FIU player, and just the third in Sun Belt history, with two or more punt returns for touchdown. This marks the fourth-consecutive season Hilton earned First Team All-Sun Belt honors. - Florida International football

11/14/2011 - WEEK 11 SUN BELT SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: T.Y. Hilton (FIU, Sr., WR/PR/KR) showed why he is considered one of the most dangerous return men in the game, burning Florida Atlantic for a back-breaking 97-yard punt return for touchdown. The punt return is the longest in FIU history, second-longest in Sun Belt history, and makes Hilton the first FIU player, and just the third in Sun Belt history, with two or more punt returns for touchdown. - Sun Belt football

11/13/2011 - T.Y. Hilton returned a punt 97 yards for a score as Florida International routed Florida Atlantic 41-7 on Saturday night. Hilton's return, among the 31 unanswered points scored by FIU (6-4, 3-3 Sun Belt Conference) in the first half, helped the Panthers defeat the Owls for the first time since 2005 and become bowl eligible for the second year in a row. The win was only their second against Florida Atlantic (0-9, 0-6). Quarterback Jake Medlock started in place of Wesley Carroll and threw for 135 yards on 18-of-24 passing. He gave the Panthers a 10-0 lead on a 2-yard touchdown run and later threw a 9-yard TD pass to Willis Wright. Kedrick Rhodes rushed for 122 yards on 16 carries and scored on a 12-yard run with 11:36 left in the second quarter to make the score 17-0. Alfred Morris led FAU with 110 yards on 21 carries. - AP Sports

10/25/2011 - THIS WEEK'S GAME: Troy at FIU, Oct. 25 Schools at the Sun Belt level like to get the national exposure playing on TV on a weeknight gives them, but you have to wonder how much that helps when that exposure is a loss of the kind that FIU absorbed in its last appearance. The Panthers need a big win to help erase the bad impressions they gave a national audience in their second-half collapse against Arkansas State. KEYS TO THE GAME: Corral Troy QB Corey Robinson. Robinson didn't have much of a game against Louisiana-Monroe in his previous effort but is still dangerous as both a runner and passer. FIU's offense has to complete drives and not waste opportunities. PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR T.Y. Hilton will become the Sun Belt and school record-holder in touchdown receptions with his next catch for a score. He made the 22nd such catch of his career and fifth of the season in the loss to Arkansas State. - The Sports Xchange

10/18/2011 - THIS WEEK'S GAME: FIU at Arkansas State, Oct. 18 The Panthers face one of the hottest teams in the conference in taking on ASU. The Red Wolves have won three in a row and are coming off a road win over Louisiana-Monroe that made them 2-0 in the conference. They are 4-2 overall with the losses to a pair of nationally ranked teams on the road (Illinois and Virginia Tech). KEYS TO THE GAME: Get pressure on QB Ryan Aplin. That's not easy because Aplin is a good runner, but the Red Wolves have given up 13 sacks. QB Wes Carroll needs to stay as efficient as he has been in FIU's passing game. PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR T.Y. Hilton should be the healthiest he has been since tweaking a hamstring last month against Central Florida. He has 37 catches for 641 yards and four touchdowns to lead all the FIU receivers in those categories. The question is will coach Mario Cristobal want to risk using him in the return game? Hilton is five catches short of the career school record. He has 194 after his single-game record 12 in the win over Akron. QUOTE TO NOTE: "I think he's the best player in the conference. I think he's proven that over time. It's not just a one game deal it's an every game deal. He single-handedly beat Louisville if you put that tape on." - ASU head coach Hugh Freeze on FIU receiver/return specialist T.Y. Hilton. - The Sports Xchange

09/26/2011 - With WR T.Y. Hilton, who injured a hamstring a week earlier, held to three receptions (two on the final drive) for 32 yards and QB Wes Carroll out of the game after attempting just three passes (one completion for eight yards), FIU looked to sophomore RB Kedrick Rhodes and redshirt freshman QB Jake Medlock to carry the offense against Loiuisiana-Lafayette. - The Sports Xchange

09/15/2011 - TOP 10 MOST EXCITING PLAYERS IN COLLEGE: 2-T.Y. Hilton, FIU, WR-KR: No longer the best-kept secret in college football, Hilton, who almost signed with WVU, promised that he'd 'take one to the house' the first time he touched a ball in a college game (he did) and he's been making big plays for the Panthers ever since. Just ask Louisville or anyone watching their Friday night game about this guy's burst. Hilton made a team from a much bigger conference look like they were high schoolers as he blew past them. - Bruce Feldman, CBSSports.com

09/12/2011 - SUN BELT WEEK 2 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: T.Y. Hilton (FIU, Sr., WR)...Playing in front of a national ESPN audience, Hilton showed the world why he's considered one of the most dangerous players in the country as he torched the Louisville Cardinals for an FIU-record 201 receiving yards and a pair of touchdowns. For his efforts, T.Y. was named the Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week. After a quiet first quarter, Hilton struck seemingly out of nowhere when he caught a pass on a slant route and darted past the entire Cardinal defense for a 74-yard touchdown. On FIU's next possession, with the Panthers facing third-and-long, Hilton split the Louisville defense and caught a pass over the middle before out-running both safeties into the endzone for an 83-yard score. The two touchdowns are the third and fourth longest receiving scores in FIU history. At the end of the day, despite Louisville head coach Charlie Strong emphasizing the importance of stopping Hilton, FIU's Heisman hopeful had 268 all-purpose yards, giving him 551 through two contests. - Sun Belt football

09/11/2011 - WALTER CAMP WEEK 2 NATIONAL OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: T.Y. Hilton, FIU, Senior, Wide Receiver: FIU senior wide receiver T.Y. Hilton recorded a school-record 201 receiving yards and added two touchdown receptions (74 and 83 yards) as the Panthers defeated Louisville, 24-17. Hilton had seven receptions and finished with 268 all-purpose yards. It was FIU's first-ever victory over a BCS automatic qualifier opponent. - The Walter Camp Football Foundation

09/09/2011 - Winston Fraser returned an interception 71 yards, and T.Y. Hilton scored touchdowns on his first two catches as FIU upset Louisville 24-17 on Friday night, the Panthers' first win in six tries against the Big East Conference. The Panthers (2-0) never trailed as Fraser stepped in front of a pass by Will Stein and ran up the left sideline for the TD midway through the first quarter. Hilton had a school-record 201 yards receiving, and the Panthers had five sacks and two turnovers in the big win for the defending Sun Belt Conference champs. Louisville (1-1) had never played FIU before, and the Cardinals had been 25-8 against nonconference opponents since joining the Big East in 2005. Hilton, the do-it-all senior being promoted for the Heisman Trophy, didn't touch the ball on offense until early in the second quarter. Hilton only needed two quick catches, the first off a slant from Wesley Carroll on third-and-4 as the receiver easily beat defenders for a 74-yard touchdown and a 14-3 lead. Hilton did it again on the next drive, this time on third-and-11. He got behind the defenders, caught the ball, and no one came close to him as he finished off an 83-yard TD catch putting the Panthers up 21-3 with 9:28 left in the second quarter. - AP Sports

09/09/2011 - THIS WEEK'S GAME: FIU at Louisville, Sept. 9 - Louisville is coming off a ho-hum 21-9 victory over Football Championship Subdivision foe Murray State in its opener on the same night the Panthers romped in their opener. The Cardinals figure to be a rushing threat after gaining 159 yards on the ground against the Racers, but QB Will Stein threw for 226 yards as well. KEYS TO THE GAME: Get pressure on the quarterback. QB Will Stein threw for two touchdowns and 226 yards in Louisville's opening win over Murray State. The Panthers want to pound the Cardinals with the running game. PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR T.Y. Hilton returned the opening kickoff 62 yards and later scored on a 60-yard reception against North Texas. Look for him to take advantage of Louisville's man coverage. - The Sports Xchange

09/05/2011 - SUN BELT WEEK 1 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: T.Y. Hilton (FIU, Sr., WR)...After an offseason filled with accolades, much pressure and expectations were placed on FIU's Heisman hopeful T.Y. Hilton. The senior from Miami delivered in his first game of the season against North Texas (9/1), racking up 283 all-purpose yards, 12 shy of his own school record. The 283 yards were the most by any player in the country on week one. Hilton wasted no time showing why he was named the Co-Preseason Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year as he took the opening kickoff 62 yards to set up the FIU offense with a short field. On FIU's next drive, Hilton scored on the first play when he left a defender in the dust for a 60-yard touchdown catch. Hilton finished the contest with 132 receiving yards on seven catches, 49 rushing yards on two attempts, 92 yards on two kickoff returns, and 10 yards on a pair of punt returns. - Sun Belt football

09/04/2011 - FIU's "Hilton for Heisman" campaign is off and running. So is the candidate. Over the summer, FIU started touting do-everything speedster T.Y. Hilton as a Heisman Trophy hopeful, developing a Twitter blitz and marketing campaign to get his name out there. Hilton seemed to help his own cause considerably in the Panthers' season-opener, needing only 13 touches to gain 283 all-purpose yards in FIU's 41-16 victory over North Texas. Hilton for Heisman? A farfetched notion, for certain, but FIU insists the idea isn't that crazy. "You've got to call it what it is," FIU coach Mario Cristobal said after the opening win. "How many times in your lifetime will you have a player like that?" At FIU, that answer is easy: So far, once. By the end of the first quarter Thursday night, Hilton had 180 yards on only five plays and the Panthers were off to a 28-0 lead. Hilton set the tone on the game's opening kickoff. North Texas' Zach Olen booted the ball 61 yards, and Hilton ran it back for 62, saying afterward he thought he was "dreaming" that the Mean Green dared kick it his way. - AP Sports

09/01/2011 - T.Y. Hilton gained 283 all-purpose yards as Florida International set school records and defeated North Texas 41-16 Thursday night in the season opener for the two Sun Belt Conference teams. Warnings of lightning in the area forced the stadium to be cleared for about 30 minutes before the game. The Panthers weren't deterred, scoring 28 points in the first quarter and setting marks for most points in a first quarter and in a season opener. Hilton had seven catches for 132 yards, including a 60-yard touchdown pass from Wesley Carroll with 10:58 left in the first quarter to give the Panthers a 14-0 lead. The senior wide receiver also gained 49 yards on two carries, returned two kickoffs for 92 yards and two punts for 10 yards. FIUs running game amassed 249 yards and four touchdowns - two apiece by Darriet Perry and Kedrick Rhodes. - AP Sports

09/01/2011 - THIS WEEK'S GAME: North Texas at FIU, Sept. 1 North Texas is picked to finish near the bottom of the league, but there is always a bit of a mystery about a team with a first-year coach. Dan McCarney was named to take over the Mean Green program at the end of last season. KEYS TO THE GAME: Avoid turnovers. Five of them were costly in last year's opening loss to Rutgers, and a late turnover thwarted a comeback bid in the loss to Middle Tennessee in the regular-season finale. The rush defense needs to contain North Texas RB Lance Dunbar. PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR T.Y. Hilton is a do-everything guy for the Panthers receiving, rushing, returning. It's going to be interesting to see how defenses go about trying to contain him and what FIU will do to get him free. Opponents kick to him at their own risk. - The Sports Xchange

09/01/2011 - After hosting the Mean Green, picked to finish sixth in the league, the Panthers have non-conference affairs on the road at Louisville and back home against Central Florida, then are host to Sun Belt rival Louisiana-Lafayette on Sept. 24. The Cajuns were picked to finish eighth in the nine-team league. If things go as expected, the Panthers could be 2-0 in league play before beginning a run of six consecutive conference games with a trip to Arkansas State on Oct. 18. As unlikely it might seem for a player in the Sun Belt Conference to win it, T.Y. Hilton's performance over his career scoring touchdowns by rushing, receiving, returning and even passing are just part of his legacy is generating talk of a Heisman Trophy run for the FIU senior wide receiver. "It's very exciting, but my mind's not really on that," Hilton said when asked about the speculation. "It's good to be acknowledged for that award, but right now I'm focused on helping my team and helping succeed on the field." - The Sports Xchange

09/01/2011 - Florida International "climbed the mountain" so to speak last year when the Panthers shared their first conference championship, played and won their first bowl game, and recorded their first winning season since the program was created in 2001. Now comes an equally tough task: Staying on top. The Panthers, who finished with a 7-6 record after rallying to beat Toledo 34-32 in the Little Caesars Bowl, begin defense of the title they shared with Troy last year with a home opener against North Texas. They are taking a humble approach as they approach the Thursday-night affair with the Mean Green. "We know that we have to be better," said senior quarterback Wesley Carroll, a returning starter. "Seven games wasn't enough to win last year. "Our goal right now is to win each and every game, and we demand nothing less of that. We're aiming for perfection. We talk about every day being 1-and-0." The Panthers will enter the 2011 campaign as conference favorites based on voting by league coaches. They have an opportunity to get a nice head start in the league race in the first month. - The Sports Xchange

08/29/2011 - MOST IMPORTANT PLAYER: WR T.Y. Hilton gives the Panthers big-play capability as a receiver, runner, and returner, and he has even thrown a touchdown pass in his career. Not surprisingly, he figured prominently in FIU's drive for the decisive field goal in the bowl win over Toledo last season. Hilton was picked along with RB Lance Dunbar of North Texas as the preseason Offensive Player of the Year in the Sun Belt. - The Sports Xchange

08/10/2011 - 2011 PRESEASON PAUL HORNUNG AWARD WATCH LIST: T.Y. Hilton, Florida International, has been named one of 50 players selected to the Paul Hornung Award Watchlist for the 2011 college football season, given annually to the most versatile player in major college football by the Louisville Sports Commission and football legend Paul Hornung. Hilton, a senior from Miami, has earned a reputation as one of the most dangerous players not only in the conference, but in the country. In his career, Hilton has returned four kickoffs for touchdown, including one in 2009 against eventual BCS National Champion Alabama, and has averaged 26.5 yards per kick return. - FIU football

07/19/2011 - 2011 PRESEASON ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE (COACHES): T.Y. Hilton (FIU, Sr., WR), has been selected Preseason All-Sun Belt Conference football for the 2011 college football season as voted on by the Sun Belt Head Coaches and Media Representatives. In 2010, Hilton led the Panthers with 56 catches for 816 yards and four touchdowns. He also ran for 291 yards and four scores. - FIU football

07/19/2011 - 2011 PRESEASON ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: T.Y. Hilton (FIU, Sr., WR), the defending SBC player of the year and a three-time SBC first-team selection finds himself on the Biletnikoff Award watch list to start his senior year. Hilton has earned a reputation as one of the most dangerous players not only in the conference, but in the country. A former Freshman All-American, Hilton is already FIU's all-time leader in all-purpose yards with 5,392. In 2010, Hilton led the Panthers with 56 catches for 816 yards and four touchdowns. He also ran for 291 yards and four scores. Perhaps the biggest game of his career came against ULM on November 6, when he amassed 291 all-purpose yards and scored four touchdowns, two on receptions, one rushing and one on a kick return. - FIU football

07/19/2011 - 2011 PRESEASON ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE (COACHES): T.Y. Hilton (FIU, Sr., Return Specialist), has been selected Preseason All-Sun Belt Conference football for the 2011 college football season as voted on by the Sun Belt Head Coaches and Media Representatives. Hilton has earned a reputation as one of the most dangerous players not only in the conference, but in the country. A former Freshman All-American, Hilton is already FIU's all-time leader in all-purpose yards with 5,392. - FIU football

07/18/2011 - FIU is the preseason favorite in the Sun Belt Conference, according to a poll of the league's coaches. FIU, which won the league last season and went on to defeat Toledo in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, received five of the nine possible first-place votes. Troy, which has captured at least a share of the last five Sun Belt crowns, finished second in the polling, followed by Middle Tennessee and Louisiana-Monroe in a tie for third. Arkansas State was picked fifth, followed by North Texas, Western Kentucky, Louisiana-Lafayette and Florida Atlantic. FIU's T.Y. Hilton and North Texas' Lance Dunbar share preseason offensive player of the year honors, while Troy's Jonathan Massaquoi is the pick to be the league's top defensive player. - AP Sports

07/09/2011 - 2011 BILETNIKOFF AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: TY Hilton, FIU, has been selected one of 75 wide receivers from around the nation named to the Biletnikoff Award preseason watch list for the 2011 college football season. The Biletnikoff Award is named after former Florida State and Oakland Raiders receiver Fred Biletnikoff and goes to the top receiver in college football. A former Freshman All-American, Hilton is already FIU's all-time leader in all-purpose yards with 5,602. Last season, Hilton led the Panthers with 59 catches for 848 yards and five touchdowns. He also ran for 282 yards and four scores. Perhaps the biggest game of his career came against ULM on Nov. 6, when he amassed 291 all-purpose yards and scored four touchdowns, two on receptions, one rushing and one on a kick return. - FIU football

06/24/2011 - PLAYERS TO WATCH IN 2011: WR T.Y. Hilton - It was great news for the Panthers when Hilton announced he was returning for his senior season instead of entering the NFL draft. His contributions and value to the Panthers go beyond statistics. He is the player FIU turns to when it needs a big play in a key situation. - The Sports Xchange

 
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04/30/2012 - A closer look at the Colts picks: 3/92 - T.Y. Hilton, WR, 5-9, 183, Florida International...Speedster who is expected to see playing time as a receiver as well as a punt and kick returner. Impressed Colts special teams coaches with his ability to break big plays. COULD SURPRISE: Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton: An undersized wide receiver who has 4.3 speed. Hilton can return punts and kickoffs as well as play slot receiver as a deep threat. - The Sports Xchange

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