"It went really well," Hill said. "Coach Alford told me after camp that they're going to start recruiting me. I got to talk to him throughout the day and after camp he told me he wanted to see more game film on me. He didn't promise a scholarship from Louisville, but he did say he would help me with other schools."
One of the top sleepers in the Midwest, Hill, who ran for 400 yards on only 72 carries as a junior, was being looked at by Louisville as a defensive back. During camp, Hill had an opportunity to work out with Louisville running backs coach Tony Alford.
"I was trying to show Coach Alford what I could do," Hill said. "I thought the talent-level at camp was really high. I think I did pretty well."
"I really like Louisville," Hill said. "Their athletic facilities are very nice and I also like the school because they have a good engineering school and that's what I want to major in."