The 6-3, 190-pound Starkville High (Miss.) junior guard welcomed in coaches from Tennessee, Mississippi, Mississippi State and N.C. State last month and one of them has emerged as a clear leader: Tennessee.
``I took an unofficial visit to Tennessee after the Smoky Mountain Shootout," Hill said. "I loved it, but I still want to wait a little bit and weigh my options."
Other than the in-state schools and the Vols, N.C. State and Oklahoma are two schools who have emerged as legitimate players in his recruitment.
``I love the tempo that N.C. State plays," Hill added. "They are a guard-oriented team. I talked to the coach when he came to my school and they are probably second at this point. I definitely want to visit them."
Hill, who is still debating whether to go to the ABCD Camp or head to Atlanta for the adidas camp, said that playing time will be the most important thing when he chooses a college.
``I want to come right in and play right away," Hill said.
Other Wolfpack Recruiting Notes: NC State will host several promising prospects for unofficial visits in two weeks during the Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions. One new name who will check out what the Wolfpack has to offer is New Jersey F J.R. Inman. Inman also likes Maryland and Rutgers along with NC State.