"Fresno State is really close, and I've talked with a couple of other schools that said they're going to be looking at me," said Hill.
Two of those schools are in-state Pac-12 programs, Cal and UCLA.
"I talked with Cal and they said they liked me and want to watch me this year, so we'll see what happens," said Hill.
UCLA, on the other hand, got a chance to see Hill last month at their own 7on7 tournament, that Hill helped his team, GameChangers, win.
"Coach (Eric) Yarber talked to me after the camp and said if I keep playing hard, he'll be looking at me and they are definitely watching me this season," said Hill.
Hill said he stays in steady contact with UCLA and Cal, and his focus for this season is such that he's confident those offers will come in.
"I went to the B2G Camp and really did well and learned a lot so I'm really excited for my senior year," said Hill.
Hill plays both receiver and safety and some schools liked him as a corner.
"I didn't play that much corner last year, but I've worked on it," said Hill.
Last fall, Hill caught 62 passes for 1,190 yards and 11 touchdowns and added 19 tackles and an interception.