Indianapolis Colts
Position
WR
 
Jersey
13
Name  T.Y. Hilton
Born  11/14/1989
Height  5-10
Weight  183
College  FIU
PREVIOUS RECEIVING RESULTS
Opp Rec Yds Avg Lng% TD
vs JAC 12/29 11 155 14.1 41 0
@ KAN 12/22 5 52 10.4 31 0
vs HOU 12/15 8 78 9.8 41 0
@ CIN 12/8 2 7 3.5 4 0
vs TEN 12/1 5 46 9.2 20 0
@ ARI 11/24 5 38 7.6 12 0
@ TEN 11/14 5 44 8.8 17 0
vs STL 11/10 7 130 18.6 65 0
@ HOU 11/3 7 121 17.3 58 3
vs DEN 10/20 2 27 13.5 19 0
@ SDC 10/14 5 43 8.6 11 0
vs SEA 10/6 5 140 28.0 73 2
@ JAC 9/29 4 45 11.3 18 0
@ SFX 9/22 2 13 6.5 8 0
vs MIA 9/15 6 124 20.7 47 0
vs OAK 9/8 3 20 6.7 12 0

PREVIOUS RUSHING RESULTS
Opp Att Yds Avg Lng% TD
@ JAC 9/29 2 6 3.0 3 0

PREVIOUS PUNT RETURN RESULTS
Opp Returns FC Yds Lng TD
@ TEN 11/14 2 0 15 16 0
vs STL 11/10 0 1 0 0 0
@ HOU 11/3 1 2 34 34 0
vs DEN 10/20 3 3 35 15 0
@ SDC 10/14 2 0 10 5 0
@ JAC 9/29 5 0 19 9 0
vs SEA 10/6 0 2 0 0 0
@ SFX 9/22 2 3 16 12 0
vs MIA 9/15 1 1 7 7 0
vs OAK 9/8 1 0 23 23 0

PREVIOUS FUMBLE RESULTS
Opp Fumbles Own-Rec Rec-Yds Rec-TD Forced Opp-Rec ORec-Yds ORec-TD
@ JAC 9/29 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

 
Notes:
Named to All-Sun Belt Conference First Team as a receiver, kick returner and all-purpose player as a senior for FIU as he broke several school and league career records including receiving yards, receiving touchdowns, all-purpose yards and kickoff return yards...Earned First-Team All-SBC all four years of his college career...The 2010 Sun Belt Player of the Year, he was also named a Freshman All-American as a special teams performer by a number of outlets and the Freshman of the Year by the Sun Belt Conference in 2008...Finished career with a total of 37 touchdowns, scoring as a runner, receiver, punt and kickoff returner, and even threw for one score...Turned 229 career receptions into3,531 yards and 24 scores, as well as racing for 2,855 yards and four TDs on 105 kickoffs...A bit undersized, but shows incredible speed and instincts...A dynamic all-around performer who was able to exploit opponents in so many ways in college, but he didn't get much attention playing at a smaller program in a non-BCS conference...Could still make a significant impact at the next level if used properly.