"I'm still weighing out my options; there is no school in particular as of yet," Hill said. "All the schools that have offered me are great schools. I am just anxious and eager to play on the next level."
The 5-foot-11, 180-pound Hill obviously does not have a school sitting atop his list, but says Pittsburgh and Syracuse are pushing the hardest for his services at this time.
The South Florida native received word of his Syracuse offer back in January, and says the communication with coach Dino Babers' staff has not dropped off a bit.
"I love their fan base," Hill said. "I know it's very cold up there, and I like the swag that they have.
"(Secondary) coach (Nick) Monroe, we have a great relationship. We keep in touch and the message is to bring the swagger to 'Cuse."
Hill, who has no visits scheduled, says he also has a "great" relationship with coach Pat Narduzzi and the Pittsburgh Panthers.
"I love everything about Pitt," Hill said. "Good weather, top-of-the-line facilities, and they even practice with the Pittsburgh Steelers, which is a good advantage by learning from the best of the best."
Stay tuned to Scout for the latest developments in Hill's recruitment.