Four-star offensive lineman Trey Hill, one of the best guards in the country, is still weighing all his options and taking his time when it comes to his recruitment.
Hill has offers from all over the country, including Alabama, Clemson, Florida State and Georgia.
“Right now I’m in the middle of the recruiting process and just getting a feel for each of the teams,” Hill told GN. “I don’t have any favorites at this exact moment.”
Hill (6 feet 3, 346 pounds), from Warner Robins (Ga.) Houston County, is among the top three offensive guards and top 50 overall prospects nationally in the 2018 class.
Still, when hen asked if he ever thinks about his high national ranking, he says it’s not something that’s high on his mind.
“I just go on the field and go to work,” Hill said. “It’s not about stars or anything, it’s all about work ethic.”
Hill just recently returned from a visit to Auburn, which took place on Sept. 2.
“It was a good visit,” Hill said. “I went down there and looked at the quarterback situation and how they look right now at quarterback.”
Hill, who has visited several schools in addition to Auburn in the past few months, has a certain checklist he looks at when on these college visits.
“I look at the coaching staff and see how they coach,” Hill said. “I look at the players and see how many juniors and seniors they have, basically the depth chart. Those are the two main things.
“I like being able to go on all these visits and I also like being able to meet new people.”
What type of offensive lineman is Hill?
“I’m aggressive, I’m nasty and I’m an all-out player,” he said. “I’m balanced in both pass and run blocking.”
Being from the state of Georgia, does the SEC hold more weight than other conferences when Hill is looking at these programs?
“Not really, I mean wherever I fit and whatever school I want to go to, that’s where I’ll go,” he said.
Hill currently has no timetable for a commitment.
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