Phog Profile: Steven Hill

Kansas among Hill's top three.

Steven Hill
6'11 C
Branson, MO

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(01.28.03) Hill made an official visit to Kansas and attended the Arizona game. He had previously visited Arkansas and Missouri. All three schools have reportedly made offers.

(01.05.03) Despite being triple-teamed by Versailles for much of the game, Hill still managed to score a game-high 17 points. But they were 17 hard-earned points.
- News Tribune

(12.28.02) Third-seeded Branson proved something to the doubters, actually extending its lead after 6-foot-11 junior center Steven Hill went to the bench with four fouls in the third quarter. The Pirates (7-2) led 33-25 at halftime and quickly jumped out to a 43-28 lead when Hill went to the bench with 4:13 left in the third quarter. Hill finished with 15 points, seven rebounds and eight blocked shots and Austin Moore added 16 points and Daniel Wilhite scored 11
- Springfield News Leader

(12.27.02) The Pirates got a triple-double from 6-foot-11 center Steven Hill and 42 points from their starting guards to knock off the Zizzers. Hill had 17 points, 10 rebounds and 13 blocked shots, but it was the help he got from the backcourt of Derek Walster, Austin Moore and Chris Miller that put the Pirates over the top.
- Springfield News Leader

(12.08.02) Derek Walster led Branson with 14 points as 6-11 center Steven Hill was held to just 10 points by a sagging Camdenton defense.
Springfield News Leader

(12.06.02) Branson - which features highly recruited 7-foot junior Steven Hill - never had achance as the Bulldogs built an 18-11 lead after one quarter and extended the advantage to 46-23 at halftime. Hill finished with only 10 points for Branson."He did not get a chance tobe much of a factor," said Fayetteville coach Barry Gebhart.
- NW Online

(08.01.02) Named a "super prospect" by

(06.01.02) According to an article last fall in the Joplin Globe {MO} newspaper, he and his dad are huge fans of KU and would "love" to be part of the Jayhawk family. He recently broke his arm/wrist in an auto accident so will not be playing in any AAU games this summer before his Senior year of high school. While this will limit his national exposure, he already has recieved interest from Mizzou, Illinios, KU.

(05.08.02) Another out of state prospect at the tourney was 6-11 center Steven Hill, who is from Branson (Mo.) High and plays for the Arkansas Wings-Crawford. Hill will be a junior next season but needs to add some strength before living up to his potential. Smaller post players manhandled Hill in the lane and had little trouble scoring despite an obvious height disadvantage.
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