Prospect Review: Bobby Hill

(Dennis Carter, MaxPreps)

Bobby Hill


Colquitt County High School (Moultrie, Ga.)

6’0 165 Lbs.


Rivals: 3 star

Scout: 3 star

ESPN: 3 star

247: 3 star


Hill also had offers from Kentucky, Purdue, and Tennessee among others.

Committed to Ole Miss on July 17, 2012.


Possible playing time in 2013: Unless athletes strongly lean towards one position or are such elite athletes that you need them on the field, they typically take a redshirt year. It will probably be no different with Hill as he has no true position. Personally, I see him as a very productive receiver. He has the tools to be a corner, but his small frame is cause for concern. Whichever position he gets situated in, it looks like he will need a year or two before he gets on the field. An interesting note on Hill is that he was coached in high school by former Hoover head coach Rush Propst.

Wrap-up: Depending on who you ask, there are varying opinions on whether Hill should be a cornerback or a wide receiver. He has quick hips to play corner and he can stay with any receiver out there. There is the type of speed to his game that is not measured at a combine, but it witnessed on the field. He can get terrific separation using his speed as well as his fast feet and smooth hips. He may currently be a project, but you have to like the clay available to mold.

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