- January 5, 2019
- Posted by: Sage Shield Safety Consultants
- Category: Overseas Occupational Health And Safety News
Tennessee still has a few areas readily available in its 2019 recruiting class after the early finalizing period. The recruiting dead period is still in impact today, however in a week and a half, employees can begin going to campuses once again and coaches can begin calling potential customers again.
The Vols still have 3 gamers dedicated to them in the 2019 cycle who didn’t sign with them in December, and one of those players is four-star security Anthony Harris. It’s believed Harris didn’t sign because of grade concerns, and UT is attempting to ensure they’re prepared in case Harris can’t make it in as part of the 2019 class. They have actually continued to pursue other security prospects, and among those employees simply consisted of the Vols as one of his finalists.
Jamal Hill is a three-star safety out of Morrow, Georgia. He didn’t sign with a school during the early finalizing period, and now he’s being pursued greatly by several schools. On Tuesday, he released his list of his 4 finalists heading into the last complete month of the 2019 recruiting cycle, and Tennessee made the cut.
— Jamal Hill (@rocket3power) January 1, 2019 The Vols join USC, Oregon, and Colorado as Hill’s top options. The Vols are the only team on the east coast to make Hill’s list of finalists regardless of him playing in the southeast.
Hill is rated as the No. 520 general player and No. 44 security in the 2019 class according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. Together with the teams in his final four, he holds deals from Alabama, Michigan, Arkansas, and others.
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This previous season, Hill was called to the first-team All-Region 4-AAAAAA team for his senior year. That’s the same area that four-star Alabama protective end signee Justin Eboigbe played in this previous year too.
The 6-foot-2, 195-pound safety has a broad array of abilities he displays in his highlight film from his senior season. He has really great speed, and he’s apparently been timed running a 4.45-second 40-yard dash and a 10.96-second 100-meter dash. He utilizes that speed efficiently in covering receivers as a corner and ferreting out running backs who surpassed the very first and 2nd level of the defense. Hill is an excellent run-stopping safety and reveals very good awareness. He takes right angles when pursuing backs and covers up well on deals with. There are numerous times on his film where he makes touchdown-saving takes on. Though he’s better at stopping the run, Hill has some good skills in protection too. He’s a bit more raw there and will need to support that area of his game, but that’s far from a substantial weakness for him.
Hill’s senior season stats haven’t been published, but as a junior he amounted to 67 tackles, 7 tackles for a loss, three interceptions, and 16 passes safeguarded.
Tennessee is placed well with Hill even if they do keep ahold of Harris in their 2019 class, but he won’t be simple to pull in. Hill is intending on taking 4 main check outs in January, and the Vols will be getting among those sees. He prepares on making the trip up to Knoxville on January 25th.
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