DE Anthony Hill
6-7, 250, 4.7
Hargrave Military Academy
Just when you think the list of recruits on the Tigers' board is shrinking as we inch closer and closer to signing day, a new player appears.
The latest player to move into the public eye is Hargrave Military defensive end Anthony Hill.
The 6-7, 255 pound defensive end does not have a leader as he travels to Clemson this afternoon.
According to Hargrave Military head coach Robert Prunty, Hill has 4 favorites at the moment. "Ohio State, North Carolina State, Clemson and North Carolina are his favorites," stated Prunty.
Coach Prunty believes Hill will be very successful at the college of his choice. "Hill is 6-7, 255 pounds with great speed. He is a big time player."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding defensive end from Virginia, right up through signing day 2004.
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