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What You Need to Know:
Draft Sharks Bottom Line:
Going on 32, Hilton looks like a player in decline. He ranked just outside the top 40 WRs across fantasy scoring formats last year after missing 6 games with multiple injuries in 2019.
The Colts gave him a 1-year, $8 million deal and didn’t make any significant WR additions this offseason, so they’re evidently optimistic that Hilton has 1 more good season left in him. We’re not as optimistic but will keep an eye on Hilton and his rapport with new QB Carson Wentz this summer.