It's a bit underappreciated, all that T.Y. Hilton has been able to accomplish at a young age.
Last season, Hilton became the first Colt to have a 1,000-yard season in his second year in the league, catching 82 passes for 1,083 yards and five touchdowns in 2013. During his rookie season in 2012, Hilton had the second-most rookie receiving yards in Colts history with 861. Currently, Hilton has more receiving yards than any other Colt receiver has had through their first two seasons.
Yes, that's more than Reggie Wayne and more than Marvin Harrison.
So, was it any surprise that Hilton was making big plays once back on the field last week for the second week of OTAs? According to Kevin Bowen of Colts.com, Hilton was on the receiving end of several "chunk" plays last week and hasn't missed a beat since last season.
With the influx of talent at wide receiver, Hilton may not get the bulk of targets he did at the end of last season, but he still is a primary weapon for the offense. With his success in the postseason, Hamilton knows exactly what he has in Hilton, and should be able to use him more efficiently in 2014. Considering the fact that Hilton just put together arguably the best receiving postseason in franchise history, that's a scary prospect.