Tiger fans might take issue with the
fact that wide receiver Marquise Hill still considers himself a commit
to the Tigers, but has been very open about taking in the entire
process of recruiting. If Hill could go back in time he'd like to
change that. But said that regardless, he still considers himself a
verbal to the in-state power. "The difference is that I think if I
would have just waited and done what I am doing now there wouldn't be
the pressure, because now everyone is wanting to know if I'll change my
mind," Hill said. "But I'm still committed to the Tigers."
But now down to the options.
According to Hill they are Nebraska, Minnesota, Arkansas and, of course, Missouri.
was recently at Iowa, which caught him a little off guard. "I was kind
of shocked, because I wasn't expecting it to be as good as it was. From
the coaches to the players it really surprised me," he said.
On the up-coming schedule is Minnesota, which he'll finish on the 9th of July, Arkansas which will take place on the 29th and then an August 14th trip to see the Huskers.
But if it's sounding like Hill is going to come to a final decision shortly after that, think again. Hill said that once those unofficial trips are done, he's done with recruiting for awhile. "I have told all the coaches recruiting me that I am going to take these visits and then when my season gets here I am going to shut it down," he said. "I don't want to even think about recruiting, and then after my season I'll probably take official visits to my favorites."
But until such time comes that he does officially change his decision to be a Tiger, Hill says he's a Tiger to be. "I told the coaches that I would tell them first before I made any changes, if I made any. I am sticking to that," he said. "This is just a way to check out recruiting more than I did before, and make sure that I made the best decision for me."