"I've been hearing mainly from mostly FCS schools, but I have an offer from Western Illinois, South Dakota State and NDSU," Minooka (Ill.) wide receiver Isaiah Hill said to BisonReport.com. "I've been in contact with North Dakota and South Dakota as well, so things have been pretty busy. I've also got interested from Northern Illinois and Western Michigan. They've all pretty much been saying the same thing as NDSU was, which was they're trying to get me on campus to see what I look like in person. They say the love my film and that I'm their guy."
"The camp was great as it was the most competitive camp I've been to," Hill explained to Scout.com. "I loved coach Klanderman showed me around on campus Friday, and it was a very nice facility. I liked everything about it. I had the most conversations with coach Klanderman and coach Austin! Coach Klanderman and coach polasek are the ones who actually came up to my school earlier. I also talked a little bit with coach klieman! He was the one that told me that I earned a scholarship to one of the best schools in the country! Austin told me that I was doing well in all the drills and 1v1's we were doing. He said he likes how fast I come off the ball and how I could play in the slot or outside. Klanderman was basically the hype man for me. He seemed pretty excited for me as he was telling me to do good in all the drills and run good times in the testing portion! He was telling me all day to compete. Klieman said that I proved to him that I deserved it. He pulled me to the side and said that he's seen all that he needed to see from me and said I earned a scholarship. I felt blessed! I was so excited! Awesome feeling. My dad was with me and he was just as excited as me. The campus and facilities there were awesome and some of the best I've seen. I loved it. My favorite was probably the coaches office as they had all the championship trophies and rings."
NDSU definitely has the attention of Hill now following an offer.
"I'm very interested in North Dakota State as I love to win," Hill told the BisonReport. "I'm not sure yet if I'll visit anywhere this month, but I might go to one or two more camps in July (not sure which ones). I'm just going to take the rest of the summer slow. I want to make a decision by the end of the month, as I think by then, I'll be 100% comfortable with my decision. NDSU is my top school right now as I like pretty much everything about it. It's a good atmosphere. Great coaching staff, great facilities, and great players! I love the dome too."