"I got an offer from Oregon a couple of days ago," Hill told Dawgman.com. "They had been talking to a me for a while and they were saying how I fit perfectly into the scheme they run there because of my size and athleticism.
"Besides them, my coaches have talked to Stanford, California, Oregon State and Arizona State and they all said if I wasn't committed they would offer me, so I have a bunch of schools still looking at me."
With all of that interest as well as his offer from the Ducks, he addressed Husky fans' concerns about his commitment status.
"I'm still committed to Washington, 100% committed, and I'm heading there this weekend with my parents to see their opening game against Boise State and to see the new stadium and facilities now that they are done," Hill said. "I'm coming over with my family on Friday and we're leaving on Monday, so it should be a great weekend in Seattle for us."
As far as when Hill plans to enroll, he said he's already set to graduate early and be at Washington on January 6th.
"One of my goals was to get in early and take part in spring ball and that's what I'm planning to do," Hill said. "I've already been working on things to make sure I'll be done in time to enroll at Washington on January 6th."
As a sophomore, Hill posted 70 tackles and seven sacks and as a junior this past season he totaled nearly 80 tackles to go along with 10 sacks.
He projects as a RUSH end for the Huskies once he arrives.
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