Garden City Duo Visit Oklahoma State

A pair of standout junior college prospects in the 2014 recruiting class paid a visit to Stillwater and Oklahoma State ast week. Originally out of the southeast, Tyreek Hill and Dontavius Blair both made strong positive impacts on the Broncbusters squad at Garden City (Kan.) Community College last season.

The 5-10, 185-pound Hill is listed as a running back but is really a "do everything" kind of player for GCCC. He earned All-Jayhawk Conference first team honors as a return specialist with 13 kickoff returns for 321 yards and an average of 24.7 yards per return. His returns included a 101-yarder for a touchdown to open the second half of an early season game with powerhouse Hutchinson C.C. He also had 10 punt returns for 40 yards.

Hill earned second-team All-Jayhawk honors at running back as he rushed for 389 yards (5.9 ypc) and two touchdowns. Out of the backfield, he caught 35 passes for 715 yards and an average of 20.4 yards per catch. He had five touchdown receptions.

Hill, originally out of Douglas (Coffee County), Ga., is a blazer with a 4.4 time in the forty. He is getting plenty of recruiting attention, including Oklahoma State, Kansas State and Mississippi State.

The 6-7, 300-pound Blair is a huge offensive tackle prospect originally from Anniston, Ala. Blair said he is working on improving his strength and being able to really dominate big and speedy defensive ends.

Blair has scholarship offers from Oklahoma State, Auburn, Kansas State and Mississippi State, and is getting attention from Alabama, Georgia, Florida State and others.

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