Not 100%, but I know Tyreek was outside the top 5 but inside the top 10 (no.8 I'm thinking). With Lockett on my squad, who holds a very similar floor/ceiling, Tyreek was much easier to move with much better payout. If my RB depth wasn't so non existent, and I didn't have Lockett, Hill would definitely be on the starting squad.
Not really all that sold on Lockett at all. He may be a similar styled player, but he's yet to come close to top 10 WR numbers nor has anywhere near the electric ability that Hill has. FYI, Hill was clocked at close to 22 mph last year. He ran a 4.29 40 yard dash. Though, RB depth is always something you want...but if it were me given your team (assuming from the bolds that you start 3 RBs and 3 WRs), I would have held pat with Hill. Your RB corps in a 3 RB start league...with Gurley, Howard, and Hyde has to be near the top of your league. I wouldn't be rushing to sell Howard either. He showed top 10, possibly top 5 stuff and Gurley will rebound. Hyde has the talent to be an elite RB, but has lingering injury woes. Still if it's 3 and 3....you would have been much better off with Gurley, Howard, Hyde, Evans, Jeffery, and Hill in your starting lineup, with legit TE options too. Depending on how many teams are in your league...that sounds like a playoff, if not championship caliber squad as is....don't understand why you would trade away a start worthy player.
Some advice for your rookie draft:
Try like hell to steal a guy like John Ross or McCaffery. In return leagues, their values could be a LOT more than typical rookie mocks will say.