Just like Brandon Boykin, T.Y. Hilton is a game-changer. The difference between them is that Hilton is a wide receiver as well, so he has the opportunity to get the ball in his hands more than Boykin who is a cornerback.
Hilton has six kick or punt returns in his four-year career at Florida International. He also has over 3,500 yards receiving in his career. This year, his senior season, Hilton had 72 receptions for 1,038 yards and seven touchdowns.
Hilton is not very tall, 5'10", but would be a great slot receiver for any team. I think Hilton has all the talent to be a solid NFL player, but I do not think people have seen him play much because he plays at Florida International.
Hilton is considered to be a third- or fourth-round pick right now. I think early third round is an accurate spot for him. Like I said with Brandon Boykin, strong special teams players generally go in the third round. Hilton is not only a strong special teams player, but a good slot receiver, and that is why I think he will go early in the third round.
Whichever team drafts Hilton adds an explosive special teams player and a player who can add another dimension to their offense.