T.Y. Hilton

FIU Panthers #4 - Wide Receiver

  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 183

2021 offseason outlook: Ranking each position for Bears by need


The Bears will have plenty of tough moves to make this offseason, so let’s see which positions will likely be prioritized this year.

NFL Mock Draft Roundup: 8 different options for the Eagles at pick No. 6


Nothing chalk about this selection quite yet.

FCS All-American Tyrese Chambers Takes His Talents to FIU


After setting records at FCS Sacred Heart, Tyrese Chambers looks to shine on college football’s brightest stage.

So many Hawkeyes, so few Big Ten titles: B1G In The Big League, NFL Week 2


With all these Iowa players lighting it up, you'd think they'd have a couple titles to show for it.

Updating each wide receiver depth chart around the NFL

We track wide receiver depth charts across the NFL for the 2020 season.

Marcus Johnson is ready to build off his strong end to 2019


Wide Receiver Marcus Johnson finished 2019 on a string note for the Colts.

A look at the Colts WR room ahead of training camp


With teams still not able to properly access their facilities due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there is some question about exactly if and when training camp will begin, as well as what it will look...

Reich on Marlon Mack: ‘There’s definitely inherent respect for the starter returning’

The Colts have a deep backfield. We break down the running back considerations come fantasy football draft time.

B/R ranks Herbert, Allen as the NFL’s 20th-ranked QB-WR duo


Bleacher Report predicts Justin Herbert to be the starter for most of 2020 with this ranking.

Bengals News (5/14): Plans for offensive line


The Bengals seem pretty excited about what they have along the offensive line.

Film Room: A look at Colts rookie WR Michael Pittman Jr.


There are a lot of things to like about Colts 2nd round pick Michael Pittman Jr. He’s a big-body receiver whose size and physicality are likely the first thing most will notice about him. However,...


The Colts spent big to bounce back from a slump. Now what?

Indianapolis made a big decision at QB and finally spent cash to make some significant moves.