Marching Forward

Bobby hill out of Moultrie, GA., is having his best season yet for Colquitt County.

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"It has been my most productive season here," Hill commented about his senior season. "My patience in my routes has really helped. I am not too early in my cuts and that has freed me up. My footwork has also improved. I am just an overall better football player now."

Bobby had his best game of the season last week.

"I had ten catches for 167 yards and three touchdowns last week. We had to have that win against Coffee. You could say it was my biggest game of the year because we were in a must win situation but we still need to win this Friday against Camden County to assure we are in the playoffs."

Hill has 53 catches for 805 yards and seven touchdowns this season. Last season he only had 13 catches for 277 yards.

"It has been fun being more involved in the offense this season. I still get to play some corner too but I am getting the most reps at receiver. I will be playing every snap at corner this week, and I look forward to it. I know that is where I will probably end up at Ole Miss so I need to get all the reps I can."

The Moultrie (GA) resident had a chance to watch the Ole Miss/Georgia game on television this past Saturday.

"From what I saw everything was going good in the first half. Everyone was making plays and the defense was controlling the game. Then Georgia got that pass right before half and it just flipped the game. In the second half everyone starting making fundamental mistakes, but I know they will get that together because every game I have watched this year they have gotten better and better."

The Ole Miss coaches came to Bobby's school last week to watch him play.

"Coaches McGriff and Nix came by my school and game. They wanted to see me play. I put on a good show for them, I think (laugh). I just feel really comfortable at Ole Miss and look forward to my future as an Ole Miss Rebel."

Why was Ole Miss the school for Hill?

"Their coaches make it seem like home. The first time I visited their campus it just felt like home. Their coaches were out in the parking lot for me when I got there and just made me feel so wanted. I have built a great relationship with their coaches, and it is an up and coming program. I want to be a part of an up and coming program. I also love their tradition."

Bobby has several schools who are still trying to talk him into taking an official visit but he sees no point.

"I think I am going to just visit Ole Miss. I know where I am going to school so there is no reason for me to waste their time or me waste their time. I am good with Ole Miss."

Yancy Porter is the Mississippi Scout for and he can be reached at


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