"It came down to me possibly earning early playing time and it's obviously very close to home," Dillon said. "They just told me to work hard and compete once I get to campus."
As excited as Dillon was when he made one of the biggest decisions of his life, the Bulls' coaching staff was just as excited to receive another building block right before the new year.
"I first spoke with coach Wells (offensive coordinator) and then coach Taggart," Dillon said. "The coaching staff was very excited."
In 2013, Dillon caught 45 passes for 596 yards and six touchdowns for the 5-5 Knights.