Hill impresses Washington coaches

With coaches in attendance, <b>Randy Hill</b> just did what he's been doing lately for McClintock High School - run around, over and through the opposition. This time the victim was Glendale High, and Hill took them to the cleaners to the tune of 286 yards on 17 carries, three of them for scores.

"We won 69-0," the 6-1, 200-pound Hill told Dawgman.com this week. "I have been having 200-yard games since our 4th game of the year."

A cadre of Washington coaches, including the Head Coach himself, saw the game.

"The running backs coach (Tony Alford) and Coach Neuheisel were there," he said. "There was another coach there, but I forgot his name. They told me that they want me to come up there and play. They said that I performed well."

Randy has been a veritable rushing machine, going for over 1500 yards and 24 touchdowns this year. With such a productive year last season, is there anything he's possibly doing better? "I'm hitting the hole harder," he said. "I'm stronger than last year too."

Don't expect Hill to take any plays off in a blowout. He's keeping his eyes fixated on the prize. "We don't take anything for granted," Randy said. "We know what we have to do to get to the playoffs. We have to keep pounding away."

Washington, Arizona State, Colorado State and Washington State seem to be making the biggest impression on Hill so far in the recruiting process. He has offers from all of his favorite schools but the Rams.

The only official visit Randy has set up is a close one, to Arizona State on the 14th of December. "I'm planning on sending up ones with Washington and Colorado State soon," he said.

And is a final decision imminent? Not anytime soon. "I'm going to wait until after the season, after I take my trips and everything," Hill said.

Before finishing up, Randy wanted to dispel a rumor that had been circulating. "Our local paper said that I have committed to ASU, but it wasn't true," he said. If anybody thinks I committed to ASU, it's false. They put in a correction, but I'm not sure if anybody saw it."

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