Other than that, Hill said he had a great time taking in Athens and Sanford Stadium.
"It was wild, wild experience to see everyone in black," he said.
Hill, who is committed to Central Florida, was invited to Georgia recently. The Bulldogs have become increasingly interested in the DeKalb County prospect as time has gone on. Georgia coaches indicated that they were coming to watch Hill play recently, but that has been rescheduled, Hill said.
"I talked to Coach Eason and he was saying that he was glad that I came up to take in the atmosphere. He wants to come down and see me play soon. He was going to come this weekend, but we are off," Hill said.
Miller Grove next plays on a Friday in the middle of October, which is the earliest the Dawgs could go evaluate him during a game.
Even though the wide receiver is committed elsewhere he said he felt at home in Athens.
"I was never uncomfortable they treated me like I was one of their own," Hill said. "They want me to make my decision on my own – they can't make it for me."
One interesting part of the day for Hill was meeting the talent which congregated Athens for the game.
"I thought it was cool to meet one another," he said. "It was like we had known one another for a long time. Pretty much everyone talked about their seasons and what the plans were after that. We don't go into too much detail. People always ask if you are still committed, but we talked about other stuff, too."
"I am going to take my official to Central Florida in early November when they play East Carolina," he said. "I will take an official to Georgia, but I am not sure if it will be December or January. I am trying to figure out when Tennessee wants me to come up there."