DETROIT -- Lavert Hill showcased his big play ability when his team needed him the most: in the Detroit PSL championship game.
Hill, who secured the win with a game clinching pass breakup, was all over the field in King’s, 27-25, instant classic victory against cross-town rival Cass Tech Friday night at Ford field.
“It feels good, but it’s just another win,” said Hill, who also had a 85 yard touchdown reception. “So we got to go back and get back to the drawing board and see who play next, and take it from there and try to win a state championship.”
Committed to Penn State since January, Hill has been on multiple visits to Michigan as of late. His brother, Delano, currently plays safety for the Wolverines, which is why Hill says he makes his way up to Michigan’s so frequently. However, Hill did admit he was little upset when he visited Michigan after their recent loss to Michigan State.
“Yeah, I was mad myself,” Hill said with a big grin. “Cause I wanted to see my bother win. It was just a good atmosphere and a good game also. It was just a good game.”
Adding: “It’s pretty good,” Hill admitted. “The Wolverines are a good team. They have a good school overall, and Coach Harbaugh, he’s pretty good, too.”
While Hill has maintained his commitment to PSU, he hasn’t told Michigan to back off his recruitment either.
“They are going to keep coming after me till I say ‘No,’ or something,” Hill said.
So when does Hill plan on saying yes or no to Michigan? Well, according to Hill, that's not his decsion alone to make.
“I got to talk to my momma,” Hill said on his upcoming decision to stay with Penn State or go elsewhere, with Michigan being an option. “I don’t know right now.”