Hill, who chose Duke over offers from Illinois, Southern Mississippi, Louisiana Tech, and New Mexico, is a three year starter on the varsity football team. He's played guard and center, and even spent some time on the defensive line. Such versatility is thanks to a high level of athleticism that is reflected in the traditional measuring events.
Hill says he can bench 360-pounds, squat 500 and has a 24-inch vertical jump.
Of course there is also his drive to improve and a bit of nasty streak that flares when he steps between the lines.
"I'm quick for my size and I can get to the secondary. I can finish pretty well, but that's what I've been working on the most. I just want to destroy the lineman and my finishing is getting better."
Hill, a one time soft-verbal to New Mexico, says he's ready to enjoy the last half of his senior season before heading to Durham this summer.
"Honestly it's a relief to have this behind me. Towards the end the decision and the process in general was getting to be something I had to deal with every day. I'm glad to have it over with and I'm excited to get to Duke."