Hilton was in training camp with Bengals in 2012, and was signed to practice squad for playoffs ... Originally signed as college free agent in May, and played in three preseason games ... Played two seasons at Indiana State after spending time in junior college ranks.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed with Bengals as college free agent on 5-2-12 ... Waived on 8-29-12 ... Signed to Bengals practice squad on 1-1-13 ... Signed to Bengals roster on 1-7-13.
2012 RECAP: Played in games 1-3 of preseason after signing with Bengals as college free agent ... Had one reception for 30 yards, on Aug. 23 vs. Green Bay ... On practice squad for Wild Card playoff 1-5-13 at Houston.
COLLEGE: Played in 2009-10 at Indiana State after transferring from Butte Community College (Oroville, Calif.) ... Totaled 72 catches and 1124 yards at Indiana State ... As a senior, led Indiana State in catches (32) and receiving yards (540), and had four TDs ... As a junior, started 11 games and logged 40 catches, 684 receiving yards and seven TDs, earning All-Missouri Valley Football Conference honors, as well as being named to the MVFC All-Newcomer Team ... Named Butte College’s Wide Receiver of the Year in 2008, as he caught 25 passes for 620 yards and eight TDs, and helped lead his team to a National Junior College Championship.
PERSONAL: Born in Baltimore, Md., but hometown is Kissimmee, Fla. ... Attended Harmony High School in Kissimmee, Fla., where he was a three-year letterman ... All-county and all-Central Florida selections in his junior and senior prep seasons (first-team in both as a senior) ... Also lettered three times in prep track and field and two times in basketball ... Majored in criminology at Indiana State.
On the occasion of his sixth annual football strength clinic, former long-time Bengals strength coach Kim Wood remembers how the best players he coached, "Ran on their own gas."
When Andy Dalton was recently named the league’s 35th-best player in a survey of his peers, it was evidence that his stellar play in 2015 resulted in increased respect for the Bengals quarterback throughout the NFL.
Bengals Training Camp, presented by Fifth Third Bank, kicks off for the fifth year at Paul Brown Stadium, with numerous practices free to the public.
Jones not only wanted a free camp, he wanted one without pre-registration. He didn’t want to cut it off, either, but he set the number at 400. He wanted as many kids from as many parts of the city.