Four-Star Daxton Hill Talks Texas and More

Tulsa (OK) Booker T. Washington Daxton Hill has plenty of options moving forward. The 6-foot-1, 170-pound athlete checks in as a four-star prospect in the class of 2019.

Four-star standout Daxton Hill holds multiple offers including Kansas State Wildcats, Michigan Wolverines, Ohio State BuckeyesOklahoma Sooners, and Texas Longhorns to name a few.  He is the younger brother of All-American tailback Justice Hill from Oklahoma State.

 

“The Texas offer meant a lot because of the history of the school and the players that came out of the school,” Daxton Hill said. “The overall program about Texas I don't know about, but hopefully I can make it down there to see how their campus is like and getting a better feel for the university. The safeties coach has talked to me the most saying how great the program is by giving examples on how the top recruits are committed there which shows that's it's special.”

 

Hill breaks down the strengths of his game.

 

“My strengths of being a safety is that I can play any coverage such as man or zone and I am very strong which any coach would love for a player to be as a defensive back,” Hill said.


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