Florida (Wide Receivers/Recruiting Coordinator)
Miami (Fla.) (Wide Receivers/Recruiting Coordinator)
Pittsburgh (Wide Receivers)
Elon (Wide Receivers)
Duke (Wide Receivers)
Florida (Graduate Assistant)
- Assisted in the transition to a pro-style offense and led the receiving group that had six wide receivers catch passes, led by Andre Debose who averaged 27.0 yards per catch, third-best in the nation.
- Helped Miami wide receiver Leonard Hankerson to one of the best seasons in program history as Hankerson set school records with 13 touchdown catches and 1,156 receiving yards.
- Coached two Pittsburgh receivers, Greg Lee (2005) and Derek Kinder (2006), to first-team All-Big East honors and Oderick Turner (2006) to a freshman All-American performance.
- Under Hill’s direction, Scottie Montgomery put together one of the best receiving careers in Duke history with 171 career receptions (second in school history) and 2,379 yards (third in school history).
- Served a pair of NFL coaching internships, working with wide receivers and special teams for the Washington Redskins (summer 2001) and Miami Dolphins (summer 2002).
- Three seasons as a graduate assistant for the Gators were highlighted by UF’s 1996 national championship, as Florida put together a 12-1 record and defeated Florida State, 52-20, in the Sugar Bowl.
Prominent Players Coached
- WR LEONARD HANKERSON – Set Miami single-season records in touchdown catches (13) and receiving yards (1,156) as a senior.
- WR DEREK KINDER – All-Big East wideout who went on to be selected in the NFL Draft.
- WR REIDEL ANTHONY – One of three receivers in UF history to post a 1,200-yard season who was taken in the first round of the 1997 NFL Draft and spent five seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
- WR JACQUEZ GREEN – Averaged a UF-record 19.3 yards per reception for his career before becoming a second-round NFL Draft pick in 1998
- WR IKE HILLIARD – No. 2 all-time in school history in touchdown receptions (29) and went on to be a first-round draft pick, totaling 546 receptions in his 12-year NFL career.
- WR TRAVIS McGRIFF – Set a UF single-season record with 1,357 receiving yards in 1998.
NFL Draft Picks Coached in College (Round Drafted)
- WR Ike Hilliard (1st) – Florida ’97 – New York Giants
- WR Reidel Anthony (1st) – Florida ’97 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- WR Jacquez Green (2nd) – Florida ’98 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- WR Travis McGriff (3rd) – Florida ’99 – Denver Broncos
- WR Derek Kinder (7th) – Pittsburgh ’09 – Chicago Bears
- WR Leonard Hankerson (3rd) – Miami ’10 – Washington Redskins
As a player at Florida, Hill helped the Gators to a four-year record of 43-10-1 (.806) and three SEC championships. During his career, he tallied 86 receptions and 18 touchdowns, averaging a touchdown every 4.78 receptions, and was a team captain as a senior in 1994.
- Birth date: February 18, 1972
- Hometown: Miami, Fla.
- Education: 1996 – Bachelor’s Degree from Florida; 1999 – Master’s Degree from Florida
- Family: Married to Shanae, and the couple has one daughter, Destini.
Bowl Games as a Coach
- 1997: Sugar
- 1998: Citrus
- 1999: Orange
- 2008: Emerald
- 2009: Champs Sports
- 2010: Sun
- 2012: Gator
Bowl Games as a Player
- 1992: Sugar
- 1992: Gator
- 1994: Sugar
- 1995: Sugar