19. WR Tyreek Hill
When you look at his relatively brief but impressive NFL resume, perhaps it’s not that big of a shock that the explosive six-year playmaker was dealt this offseason for five draft choices.
In late March, wide receiver Tyreek Hill was traded by the Kansas City Chiefs to the Miami Dolphins. In return, Andy Reid’s club received a first-, second- and fourth-round draft choice in 2022 and fourth- and sixth-round selections in 2023.
Wow! That’s quite the haul. But was it too high of a price?
Consider that since being chosen in the fifth round of the 2016 draft, Hill has been named to the Pro Bowl in each of his six seasons, either as a wideout or a kick returner. He’s earned All-Pro honors three times as well. The numbers are as impressive as his breakaway speed
Hill has totaled 479 receptions for 6,630 yards and 56 scores. He’s run for 719 yards and six touchdowns. And in his early days in the league, the big-play performer returned five kicks (4 punts, 1 kickoff) for TDs in his first three seasons. Hill has also scored six touchdowns in 13 postseason games. The six-year veteran has never not been a part of a playoff team. Will that continue with the Dolphins in 2022?