Stephen Hill, WR, Panthers
2014 Outlook: Deep-league OnlyLast updated on Jul-14-2014 by Mark Morales-Smith
The strongest aspect of Stephen Hill's game is his excellent downfield speed. This has not yet translated well for fantasy owners. Hill is a big, fast receiver that was a star at the 2012 NFL Combine. The issue is he runs poor routes and has terrible hands. The Jets drafted Hill in the second round and Hill has not caught more than 30 passes in a season. Hill had every opportunity last year to be the Jets' top guy and never came close to fulfilling that role. Even standing 6-foot-4, Hill only caught one touchdown in 12 games last season. His durability is a bit of an issue as wekk. He has missed at least four games in each season with the Jets. Hill has little to no fantasy value and should only be a consideration in very deep leagues. He is barely one of the Jets' five best receivers.
Editor's note: If the planets align and Hill finally gets it together, he has the athleticism to be a fantasy starter. Though, that's asking a lot from a guy who struggles in just about every way when it comes to being a receiver (except for running fast).
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