Hill, a true junior, had a productive three seasons in Ann Arbor. 2021 was his best season, as he recorded 69 tackles, including 4.5 for a loss, two interceptions and eight pass breakups. He added a fumble recovery to bring his career takeaway total to seven. Hill was a huge piece to Michigan’s Big Ten championship, which earned the Wolves a place in the CFP semi-final.
Other Wolverines who have already declared include star pass rushers Aidan Hutchinson and David Ojabo – the former being a serious candidate to be selected first overall – as well as defensive linemen Chris Hinton and wide receiver Daylen Baldwin.
Hill likely won’t have to wait long to hear his name called in April. He was voted First Team All-Big Ten this season, and is best known for his versatility. Lining up deep, in the box and in the slot at various points throughout the year, the 6-0, 192 pounder is the ‘Swiss Army knife’ type of player the NFL is trending towards. Look for Hill to be one of the first safeties off the board.