With offers from both programs already and receiving interest from other teams including Nebraska, Indiana, Notre Dame and Missouri, the 6-0, 180 Hill says that he can't wait to see the Razorbacks and Tigers up close to get an early feel for both programs.
"I'm going to be at the Arkansas game to see them play Texas A&M," Hill tells Inside The Auburn Tigers. "Then on Oct. 5 I'll be at Auburn when they play Ole Miss. It's going to be my first Auburn game. That's going to be exciting."
Already very familiar with many of Auburn's coaches from their time in Arkansas, Hill says that he's especially close with running back coach Tim Horton and feels like he's got a good relationship with much of the staff already.
"I have been gaining trust with them," Hill says. "I have been knowing Coach Horton for a while now. I have been knowing the coaches since ninth grade. I keep getting more comfortable with them the more I talk to them."
A dynamic playmaker for North Little Rock, Hill already has a 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and another 79-yard punt return for a score in three games. With the ability to take it to the house on any play, he says he likes that Auburn spreads the ball around to give opportunities to wide receivers in the offense.
"It's just their offense and how they use the tempo to their advantage," Hill says of what he likes about Gus Malzahn's system. "I like how they spread it out and how fast they go. They're spreading the ball around and letting people make plays."
Also a very talented basketball player who is getting interest from many top programs in that sport, Hill says that he's decided to concentrate on just one sport moving forward and that's good news for offensive teams around the country.
"I'm just taking it day by day," he says. "Colleges are calling for me in basketball too, but I think I'm going to football in college and not play both. I'm digging football."