Garden City Coach Confirms Hill's Commitment

Garden City (Kan.) Community College standout athlete Tyreek Hill has been under the radar in recent weeks as he has traveled back and forth back home to Georgia. He has not communicated with anybody we know of that covers football recruiting. But Merci Falaise, the outgoing recruiting coach at Garden City, confirmed Tuesday that Hill is going to be a Cowboy.

"He doesn't have anything else going right now and he is committed to Oklahoma State," Falaise said.

He also confirmed that Hill is in Garden City practicing with the Broncs and is preparing to play in the Football Capitol of Kansas Bowl at 1 p.m. Sunday against Tyler J.C. on the campus of Pitt State University in Pittsburg, Kansas.

Falaise also said that Hill will be graduating at midterm and that makes him eligible to sign on the junior college signing day a week from Wednesday, and enroll in January so that he could be in Stillwater for the spring semester.

The 5-9, 190-pound Hill is track dominant fast and this season at Garden City had 32 receptions for 532 yards and six touchdowns. He averaged 16.6 yards per catch.

He also spent time in the backfield and had 101 carries for 659 rushing yards and 6.5 yards per carry with five touchdowns. He is expected to play inside receiver and also double some as a scatback-type player in the offense.

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