Brandon Hill now headed to Ole Miss 

November, 16, 2012
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Hargrave Military offensive tackle Brandon Hill has committed to play for Ole Miss, according to multiple sources. He made an official visit to Oxford, Miss. this week.

Hill originally signed with Alabama in 2012 as a three-star prospect out of St. George Academy (Memphis, Tenn.). During that recruiting cycle, he was offered by Georgia, Kentucky, Nebraska, Memphis, Mississippi State, Southern Miss and Tennessee.

ESPN calls Hill, "a massive offensive tackle who flashes the athleticism and ability to be a productive run/pass blocker ... a developmental prospect who has a lot of tools to work with to grow into an offensive tackle in college ... a potential late-bloomer who will need a redshirt year to polish his skills."

Hill is commitment No. 22 in the Rebels' nationally-ranked recruiting class. Another former 2012 prospect, four-star athlete Jeremy Liggins (Oxford, Miss./Lafayette), is also pledged to Ole Miss. He signed with LSU in February.
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