Some fantasy football owners could be critical of the pick because you could make the argument that Hilton broke out last season. The speedy receiver finished with 50 receptions for 861 yards and seven touchdowns. However, with Donnie Avery now in Kansas City (125 targets in 2012) and Darrius Heyward-Bey having a rough camp, Hilton is in position to become a star behind Reggie Wayne. Wayne will continue to be Andrew Luck's security blanket and possession receiver, but when it comes to strrrrrretching the field, Hilton is option No. 1. He led the team with 17.2 yards per reception last season (5th in the NFL). Hilton's average draft position is currently the 10th round, which in my opinion is a bargain as I believe he's making a strong push to become a reliable WR2 in Indianapolis.