Hill Signs With OSU

Four-star U.S. Army All-American K.J. Hill has made the National Signing Day decision to go with Ohio State after considering Arkansas and Alabama as well.

Four-star U.S. Army All-American K.J. Hill signed with Ohio State this morning after a late push from the Buckeyes.

"Hill looks like a running back or even a linebacker when you first lay eyes on him," Scout analyst Chad Simmons said. "He has thickness, he is very strong for a wide receiver, and he uses those things to his advantage against corners. His hands stand out more than anything -- very strong hands, very consistent hands, and he plucks the ball out of the air. Good quickness, but can improve separation speed. Will catch the ball in traffic and shows great body control."

Hill was an Arkansas commit until Jan. 18 but left after Razorbacks offensive coordinator Jim Chaney left for Pittsburgh. He was also pursued strongly by Alabama late in the process as well as OSU.

Hill (6-1, 192) was rated among the top wideouts at time at the Army game and is rated the No. 32 wideout and No. 229 player in the nation by Scout.

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