Scout 100 OL Trey Hill still evaluating schools

WARNER ROBINS, Ga.-- Trey Hill continues to evaluate programs. The Scout 100 offensive lineman is planning to early enroll at his chosen school, but he is still not rushing the process. Hill discusses which schools are recruiting him the hardest at the moment and more with Scout.

Trey Hill is still in the middle of evaluating his options. The Scout 100 offensive lineman holds well over 30 offers and with so many suitors, the Houston County High School standout is not prepared to make any decision at the moment. Instead the Warner Robins, Ga. native is taking a closer look at several of his suitors. 

Although the spring is a time where Hill is focused on developing better skills and helping his high school team prepare for the upcoming season, it is also a time where several college coaches come by the school. According to Hill, several schools have already stopped by to see Scout's No. 2 offensive guard in the nation. 

Hill remains hesitant when it comes to narrowing down his list, however, on Thursday, the 6-foot-4, 330-pounder discussed a few schools with Scout. Hill told Scout that although all his suitors are recruiting him plenty, he said GeorgiaFloridaFlorida StateAuburn and Ohio State are  some of the schools that he remains in constant contact with. This summer he plans to visit a few colleges in order to help with his decision - Ohio State, USC, Oregon and LSU are some of the likely destinations. 

Hill breaks down his relationship with each of those school, his plans to early enroll and how that affects his timeline.

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