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Ryan Hill

| | College: Miami (Fla.)
 
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2008 Season

Played in all 13 games either in the defensive secondary or on special teams … Made first career start at safety against Duke and followed it up with starts against Wake Forest, at Virginia, at NC State and against Cal … Posted 34 tackles in his first season playing in the secondary, which puts him ninth on the team … Tallied a career-high seven tackles in the win at Duke … Had five tackles at NC State … Also had eight kickoff returns for 91 yards with a long of 29 yards … Added six tackles including four solo tackles against Cal in the Emerald Bowl.

2007 Season

Backup wide receiver and kickoff return specialist. Played in 11 games, making two starts. Caught a career-high 11 passes for 105 yards and his first two collegiate touchdowns. Led the team in kickoff returns with 21 returns for 428 yards, a 20.4- yard average (47 long). 9/1 vs. Marshall: Played as a reserve wide receiver and on special teams. Caught one pass for 19 yards (team's longest of the game) and returned one kickoff for 23 yards. 9/8 at Oklahoma: Played as a reserve wide receiver and on special teams. Caught a career-high three passes for 23 yards, including a six-yard touchdown pass from Kyle Wright in the second quarter. Marked his first collegiate touchdown. Also returned two kickoffs for 53 yards. 9/15 vs. Florida International: Played as a reserve wide receiver and on special teams. 9/20 vs. Texas A&M: Played wide receiver and on the kickoff return team (no touches). 9/29 vs. Duke: Did not play. 10/6 at North Carolina: Took over as the main kickoff returner, with four returns for 111 yards. 10/13 vs. Georgia Tech: Returned three kickoffs for 34 yards. 10/20 at Florida State: Returned to his hometown and played as a reserve wideout and returned two kickoffs for 39 yards. 11/3 vs. North Carolina State: Returned one kickoff for 15 yards. 11/10 vs. Virginia: Returned six kickoffs for 135 yards (32 long). 11/17 at Virginia Tech: Saw extensive action at wide receiver, with five catches for 33 yards. Also returned one kickoff for 10 yards. 11/24 at Boston College: Started and caught two passes for 30 yards, including a 23-yard touchdown pass from Kyle Wright in the third quarter. Also returned one kickoff for eight yards.

2006 Season

True freshman who played in 12 games, making one start … Caught eight passes for 77 yards and returned four kickoffs for 68 yards … In the season opener vs. Florida State, played in his first collegiate game only two weeks after switching to wide receiver. Made one reception for seven yards … Played as a reserve wide receiver vs. Florida A&M, with one reception for five yards … Caught one pass for 14 yards at Louisville, and also returned one kickoff for five yards … Saw plenty of action as the No. 3 and 4 wide receiver in the Houston game, with one reception for nine yards … Moved up to the No. 3 wideout vs. North Carolina and caught two passes for 27 yards … Did not have any receptions vs. FIU, and did not play at Duke … Had no receptions at Georgia Tech but returned one punt for one yard … Caught one pass for eight yards vs. Virginia Tech … Caught one pass for seven yards and returned one kickoff for 22 yards in the Maryland game … Made his first collegiate start a week later at Virginia but did not catch any passes. Returned one kickoff for 18 yards … Had no receptions vs. Boston College but returned one kickoff for 23 yards … Played only on special teams vs. Nevada in the MPC Computers Bowl.

High School

Tallahassee product who was one of the nation's top cornerback prospects … Versatile athlete who also played baseball … Has excellent speed and is very competitive … As a senior in 2005, made three interceptions, 54 tackles, one sack, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and six passes broken up … As a receiver on offense, caught 26 passes for 488 yards and six touchdowns … Also punted, averaging 43.2 yards per kick and was named first-team All-State … Also named to the All-Big Bend team.

As a junior in 2004, intercepted four passes, made 53 tackles and defended 18 passes … Cousin of former FSU stars Corey Fuller and Sam McGrew … Played in the CaliFlorida Bowl … Rated the No. 5 cornerback in the nation, seventh overall player in the state and the No. 59 overall player in the country by Rivals.com … Ranked the No. 4 cornerback and the No. 71 player in the country by Scout.com … Rated the No. 8 defensive back by PrepStar … Ranked the No. 8 player on the Miami Herald's list of state's top 25 players.

Rated the No. 9 player in Florida by the Orlando Sentinel … Member of the PrepStar 200 and ranked the No. 8 defensive back … Ranked the No. 4 cornerback on the Florida Times-Union Super 75 … Chose Miami over Ohio State, Alabama and Florida State … Coached by Maurice Belser.

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