2003: Fought his way back onto the two-deep after missing all of the 2002-2003 academic year...quickly moved to no. 2 on the depth chart as pre-season camp opened and eventually to no. 1 following a season ending injury to Dantson Dareus prior to the season opener...more than made up for lost time with a record breaking season...tallied a minimum of one reception in every game played and his lowest total was a game all starters were pulled in the first quarter...had a season and career high 160 yards against Texas State...broke the 100-yard mark four times during his sophomore campaign, including twice in the play-offs...scored two touchdowns twice versus UCF and Illinois State...was finger tips away from scoring a third time against UCF which would have given FAU its second victory of a Division I-A opponent...current fAU record holder for: receptions in a game (9), receptions in a seaosn (74), receiving yards in a game (160), receiving yards in a season (1134), TD receptions in a game 2T), TD receptions in a seaosn (9), most games 75+ (7), listed four times with 100+ in a game, has the program's second and fourth longest TD receptions (73 and 67)...earned a first team spot on the I-AA Independent All-Star team, the Don Hansen Weekly Gazette All-South first team and First Team All-America Team by the same magazine, the Swami Josh's I-AA All-Ameirca first Team, and was named the team's Offensive MVP...ended his sophomore campaign listed nationally in receptions per game (38th) and in receiving yards per game (34th).
2002: An early training camp injury, returned Hill to his hometown until January...participated in all spring drills.
2001: As a true freshman, played in seven games before his season was cut short, due to a broken collar bone...most impressive game was versus St. Mary's (CA)...tallied seven receptions for 77 yards...second best game was four catches for 66 yards...earned double-digit yardage in every game with a reception except against St. Peter's, a game cut short with injury.
High School: Played for Michael Simmonds at Jefferson High School...as a senior: had 45 catches for 858 yards...known for his big play capabilities...averaged 19.6 yards per catch and had eight touchdowns...played in Minnesota prior to his senior season.
Personal: Business major...born June 1, 1983.
|Crissinger-Hill 2003 Game-by-Game|
|Crissinger-Hill 2001 Game-by-Game|
|FAU Career Receiving Stats|
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