Pairing a QB with his WR is something to avoid as it's a windfalls and wipeouts strategy: when their offense goes off you win large, but average to poor production doubles up your team's lackluster results and you wind up losing to weaker squads. Wayne would be my pick of the 2 WRs as he remains Luck's most targeted player. Hilton's value depends in significant part on the unknowns of his 2nd season growth, whether Avery leaves in free agency and does Collie return to playable health. If Hilton becomes Indy's only skilled speed WR I prefer him to Wayne, but does that happen? I doubt it. Good luck.
reading this i wondered why you want one of luck's wr's? mix it up in case something goes way bad next season (i'm a panthers fan who watched the imploding of newton/smitty so it happens!)
but if you are determined to do this, in a keeper league, i'd go young. yeah i've been booed on this board for suggesting hilton to start only that i was right for a given team. he does have good chemistry w/luck.
on the flip side, wayne is the vet and we know how he's going to perform...hilton will most likely be available to you in the draft. might want to go wayne, then draft hilton, see what happens, and shop wayne if season 2 is as good or better for hilton /luck as this one. if he sucks then you have a dependable wr with short shelf life due to age.
wayne's always been money in the bank. however, this is a keeper league so you've got to pick between vet vs young. i'd go young but that's just my strategy this coming year. not many in here agreed when i said to start hilton a few weeks ago and he did really well. good chemistry w/luck. gl!