BIOGRAPHY: Used in the starting lineup the past three seasons. Junior rushing totals included 226/1,161/13 after 233/1,212/14 as a sophomore.
Awarded varying degrees of all-Conference and All-America honors as a redshirt freshman after ground totals of 311/1,569/15.
Also posted a career-high 18/197/1 as a pass catcher that year.
POSITIVES: Hill is a strong interior ball carrier who must be kept between the tackles. Unlikely to crack the starting lineup in the
NFL, he has the skills necessary to be used as a short-yardage back.
NEGATIVES: Shows minimal quickness and speed to his game. Not a creative or elusive runner who make something out of nothing. Marginal
open field running skills.
ANALYSIS: Strong, interior ball carrier who displays a lot of power in his running. Follows blocks everywhere on the field, and keeps
his feet moving on contact. Strong in his lower body, breaks a lot of tackles, and rarely brought down by a single defender.
Runs hard on the inside, putting his shoulders down and driving into defenders. Does not go down without a fight. Flashes
surprising ability to cut back against the grain. Recognizes blitzes and picks up blocking assignments.