"I would say that Syracuse, Wisconsin, and Indiana are the three main schools that P.J. is interested in. All three have offered him."
Coach Jacoby went on to say that this
summer P.J. made unofficial visits to Syracuse and
Indiana but has yet to visit Wisconsin.
"P.J. and his
dad really liked Syracuse when they visited there
about two weeks ago. P.J. didn't really know much
about Syracuse before the visit but now he really
likes Syracuse. Indiana has always been there because
Poly Prep has a lot of kids that play there and former
Poly Prep head coach Dino Mangiero is a assistant
When I asked Coach Jacoby when Hill will
make a decision on college, he responded by saying,
"P.J. would like to make official visits to all three
schools before making a decision but very well could
make a decision sometime during the season. He
definitely wants to at least visit Wisconsin
Look for the three way battle for P.J. Hill to heat up in the next month or two.
P.J. Hill is a 6-foot-0, 215-pound RB that made First
Team All-NYC and First Team All-Brooklyn in 2003. As a
junior, P.J. ran for 1,520 yards and 20 touchdowns.
He is widely considered to be one of the top 15
football players in NYS in 2005.
Syracuse one of top choices for P.J. Hill
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