Hilton was far and away the most productive of the bunch, despite being by far the smallest. Granted his success had a lot to do with Indy's scheme, depth chart, etc., but I think this should be taken as a reminder that we all get way too caught up in measurables.
For example, people were drooling over Streeter because he's tall and fast, but he fell all the way to Round 6 and couldn't even dress for a game in his first year.
Stephen Hill, 21 rec for 252 yds and 3 TDs
Rueben Randle, 19 rec for 298 yds and 3 TDs
Brian Quick, 11 rec for 156 yds and 2 TDs
Tommy Streeter, inactive all year for Baltimore
Marvin Jones, 18 rec for 201 yds and 1 TD
Marvin McNutt, played in 4 games, 0 catches
T.Y. Hilton, 50 rec for 861 yds and 7 TDs
Greg Childs, inactive all year for Minnesota
Nick Toon, inactive all year for New Orleans
[ Edited by JamesGatz83 on Feb 19, 2013 at 10:53 AM ]