|Height / Weight:|
6-5 / 260
2001 (Sophomore) - Played in six games as a reserve tight end... Did not see action in the season-opener, but caught one pass for 21 yards vs. New Mexico State (9/22)...Played in five of the last seven games.
2000 (Freshman) - Saw limited time as backup tight end, playing in four games.
1999 - Redshirt season.
Nathan Hale HS - All-Eastland Conference selection as a junior and senior... First team All-State by the Tulsa World and second team All-State by the Daily Oklahoman in 1998... Postseason All-America pick by PrepStar and Collegiate Sports of America... Listed as one of the top five tight ends in the Big 12 region by PrepStar... Selected to play in the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-Star Game as a first team All-State pick by the OCA... SuperPrep All-Midlands selection... Rated as the top tight end prospect in Oklahoma by the National Recruiting Advisor... Led Hale with 23 receptions for 363 yards (15.8 avg.) and five touchdowns in 1998... Was a two-year starter for the Rangers, playing only as a junior and senior... High school football coach was Rick Patterson... Lettered three years in basketball, earning all-conference and all-district honors as a junior... Three-year letterman in tennis, earning all-conference, all-district and all-region honors... Two-year letterman in baseball earning all-conference and all-district honors... Helped Hale to state baseball championship in 1996 and to city football championship in 1998... Involved in several school-related activities including student council, a class officer, peer tutor and as a special education tutor.
Personal - Born Dec. 22, 1979... Parents are Curtis and Anja Hill.