"I liked it a lot. I had a really good time up there," Hill said. He was joined by his teammated at Southlake Carroll, Ray Crockett.
Hill does not have any more junior day visits scheduled for now. "I wasn't even planning to go to TCU," Hill said. "But it was just 45 minutes down the road from my house, so I felt like it was something that I wanted to do."
"They treated my really nice up there. They really did it up for me. It was just an all-around good time," Hill said.
"We went to all their facilities. They showed us all their jerseys and that stuff. We went around campus. They showed me the baseball field as well, and I mean, I got to talk to several of the coach's and stuff," Hill said.
When asked if he had a chance to sit down with head coach Gary Patterson, Hill said he sat down with TCU's head man a couple of times.
"It went good. He pretty much just said that they really liked me and they really wanted me to come up there," Hill said.
Hill also confirmed that he does have a scholarship offer from the Horned Frogs.
Hill said he and Patterson did not talk specifically about how he could fit into the TCU offense, but talked more about Coach Patterson's vision for TCU over the next couple of years.
"He told me how great of a place TCU is," Hill said. "He said they just really wanted me, and it's a good place for me."
As mentioned, Hill does not plan on going to any more junior days. He said that Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Baylor, TCU, Ole Miss, and Kansas State had been recruiting him most heavily lately.
As for a leader, Hill is keeping "an open mind for now."
At 6'1, 205 pounds and with his speed, Hill is one of the best athletes at the quarterback position in the class of 2013.
Baylor, Texas Tech, and Texas A&M in addition to TCU have all offered Hill a scholarship.