Daniel Hill, a four-star running back, is down to three schools


Daniel Hill, a four-star running back from Mississippi, is down with the SEC.

Ranked the No. 155 player in the nation by ESPN, Hill is a 6-foot-2, 220-pound running back at Meridian High School (Meridian, Mississippi). He announced on Wednesday afternoon a final three of Alabama, South Carolina and Tennessee.

He has a strong offer list that includes much of the SEC.

As his size would indicate, Hill is a powerful running back, capable of providing some bruising runs. He is difficult to take down, often requiring multiple defenders to corral him.


BREAKING: Four-Star RB Daniel Hill is down to 3️⃣ Schools!

The 6’1 231 RB from Meridian, MS is the 2nd Highest-Ranked Uncommitted RB in the ‘24 Class

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— Hayes Fawcett (@Hayesfawcett3) October 11, 2023

He also has impressive speed and is talented when lined up as a wide receiver. He is a solid route runner with good jumping ability and soft hands.

In an interview with On3, Hill broke down his top three programs. What he had to say about Alabama, however, was especially noteworthy and intriguing:

“No matter where I choose to go Alabama will always be my first love,” Hill told On3.

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