Data Scout Notes: 2012: AFCA/APLAA1st/HarlonHillFinalist...MIAA OPOYC
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Draft Scout Michael Hill News
02/28/14 - RB Michael Hill was signed by the Packers. Hill, a 5-foot-10, 210-pound second-year player out of Missouri Western State, spent time on Green Bay's practice squad and active roster in 2013, appearing in two games for the Packers. He was signed by Tampa Bay from Green Bay's practice squad on Nov. 13 and went on to play in six games for the Buccaneers. Hill rushed for 23 yards on nine carries and caught two passes for 23 yards for Tampa Bay.
10/23/13 - --RB Michael Hill was re-signed to the practice squad Tuesday. Hill, a 5-foot-10, 210-pound undrafted rookie, had been waived Friday by the Packers after appearing in two games following a three-week stint on their practice squad to start the season. Green Bay released rookie receiver Reggie Dunn from the practice squad to make room for Hill.
09/30/13 - RB Michael Hill was promoted from the practice squad to fill out the team's 53-man roster Monday. The 5-foot-10, 210-pound Hill, an undrafted rookie from Missouri Western, had been on the practice squad since the start of the season after he was cut by the San Diego Chargers.
08/31/13 - RB Michael Hill was released Saturday by the San Diego Chargers.
01/19/13 - Michael Hill received a surprise invitation to the first Raycom College Football All-Star Classic, but looked like he belonged. Hill rushed for 148 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries to lead the Stripes to a 31-3 victory over the Stars six days after getting the phone call that a spot had come available. "You never know what to expect coming from Division II," said Hill said. "You hear about the SEC and all that speed. "I thought I could come compete and play with speed, too. I didn't know what to expect. I guess I fit in." He did indeed, flashing speed, moves and big-play ability in a game that featured 22 players from the Southeastern Conference.
Hill was chosen offensive MVP by NFL scouts and had runs of 44 and 49 yards for two of the game's biggest plays, both setting up his touchdowns. The defensive MVP was Charles James of FCS Charleston Southern, who had two tackles and a pass breakup that resulted in a third-quarter interception. - AP Sports