2012 NFL Draft: Stephen Hill SB Nation Video Profile

Georgia Tech wide receiver Stephen Hill is fast becoming a favorite sleeper pick for teams shopping wideouts in the first round, partly because he's flown under the radar (playing in the Yellow Jackets' triple option will do that - Hill's primary role at Georgia Tech was as a blocker, and he finished with just over 1,500 career receiving yards) compared to Baylor's Kendall Wright and Oklahoma State's Justin Blackmon:

Among the teams looking at Hill are the Houston Texans, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Buffalo Bills, all of whom are looking for help at the position assuming the Rams will take Blackmon with the No. 6 overall pick. Despite his relative anonymity on the college scene, plenty of clubs are excited about Hill's potential at 6-foot-4, 215 lbs and with blazing speed.

For more on the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, go to From The Rumble Seat. Check out more NFL Draft coverage at Mocking The Draft and SB Nation's NFL page.

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