2016 Outlook: T.Y. Hilton

There's hope for a rebound season from T.Y. Hilton after a frustrating 2015. Hilton had just four games with 10-plus Fantasy points all year, scoring only five touchdowns and securing 69 catches, a three-year low. A lot of the blame can be put on the Colts' quarterback situation -- Andrew Luck played just seven games and the team had a hard time getting anything going. So why is there optimism for Hilton? Despite the low number of catches (and subsequent low catch rate of 51.5 percent), Hilton still managed to average over 16 yards per grab, just as he did in 2012 and 2014. In fact, Hilton averaged 17.7 yards per catch with Luck. We can expect the Colts' quarterback to be ready for the season, which means that as long as he's upright, Hilton will have a very good shot at regaining his form. With a ceiling of over 1,300 yards and seven touchdowns, you're playing it right if you draft him as a quality No. 2 receiver worth a pick between 24th and 30th overall.

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