Bulls High On The List For Top CB

Last weekend at the 7-on-7 camp, USFnation had a chance to talk with "the blanket" and get a feel for where he may end up come signing day. He tells us a little bit about himself and his thoughts on USF.

Scout.com caught up with Ryan Hill while he and his team were competing in the Sling and Shoot camp at USF in Tampa, Florida. Hill is ranked as the No. 1 corner in Florida in Scout's South Top 100. This 186 pound lock-down corner had 53 tackles and four interceptions as a junior, with all his hard work this off season those numbers should double this season.

Hill has received 28 offers and most recently received an offer from Florida State. Last Wednesday defensive coordinator Mickey Andrews officially offered, and here is what he had to say about it.

"I just started getting interested in Florida State, because they just sent me the offer," Hill said. "It is my home town so that makes it a little more exciting that they are recruiting me."

USF has also entered the picture by verbally offering Hill.

"I have a friend who plays here, so it's going to push me a little more toward coming to USF," he said. "I just have to weigh my options."

Here is what Ryan says about his style of play at the corner position

"I'm hardnosed and aggressive," he said. "I try to work on my agility as much as I can because with all the competition here in Florida you have to have good hips and good feet to be the best."

When asked about when he is going to make a decision on what school he will choose Hill said he is going to wait until he makes all his visits. He is planning a Miami visit and Alabama visit. All players are allowed five visits but Hill is not sure where his other ones will be.

"I probably won't take an official visit to FSU because they are in my home town and I can go there anytime I want," he said.

When he does make a decision it will come down to who has his major, which is criminology. Another factor in his decision will be playing time.

"I want to go to the program that can make me better and get me to the NFL one day," he said.

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