“The camp experience was very (good), you get to work with some of the best coaches in the nation,” Hill said, who stars at Columbus (Ms.) High. “And they give you some of the skills you can take back with your team. You can teach your teammates the workout, and eventually, hopefully win the state championship.”
Hill, who has been committed to the Bulldogs since May 18, specifically noted his first time working with U-M’s Jim Harbaugh.
“With coach (Dan) Mullen, you get the same ole, same ole, I get to see them anytime I want to cause they are right down the road,” Hill said. “It was more about talking to coaches that I never get to meet frequently, like (Jim Harbaugh).”
Adding: “I didn’t get to talk to (Harbaugh) one-on-one,” Hill said. “(Michigan) was just telling me they like my energy (and) my footwork. (Harbaugh) is very different, he’s more out there. It’s fun.”
While no offer has been made by Michigan, Hill says he receives mail frequently from the Wolverines. He also noted an offer would mean a lot in his recruitment, and would “most definitely” visit if offered.
“It would be big,” Hill said of a potential U-M offer. “Cause Michigan is a big time school, one of the best in the nation, again. (They have a) big time fan base, they’re stadium holds a lot (of people).”
And if Hill were to visit, he says he would want to see “everything’ Michigan has to offer.
“Hearing from the recruits like (Willie Gay, Cam Akers) and C.J. Avery, they tell me things about Michigan, it’s exciting,” Hill said.
Despite his commitment to Mississippi State, Hill says Ole Miss and Nebraska have continued to recruit him hard and plans to take official visits to both schools this fall. “Just treat me well,” Hill said of his planned visits.
“Just show an offense of what you got going with me. Like I said in my commitment statement, I’m still open, even though I’m committed anything can happen, cause signing day is a long way from now.”