Originally Posted by McGinley
As the 2012 season progressed, he actually did show improvement. He started catching the ball with his hands instead of his body and was making solid catches. The big issue with Hill was his hands, and that looked to have improved as time went on. If he can keep progressing, and if Failchez/the starting QB get the ball to him, Stephen should turn into a nice selection. Not saying he's going to become the next Julio Jones or anything like that, but he'd be a nice weapon that has speed, strength, length, and physicality.
I see no reason Hill cant be a Top 5 receiver in the NFL. Yes, he had some drops but the big problem was the dumbass throwing him the ball who is beyond awful. Hill was consistently wide open and Sanchez would not even notice him. With a year of seasoning, some work on his hands and a new QB, Hill could have a breakout year.