Post-Draft Outlook:COULD SURPRISE: Stillman defensive tackle Sammie Lee Hill is raw. Coming from a small college program, he needs to learn technique and make the adjustment to the NFL. But at 6-foot-4, 330 pounds, he has the size the Lions want as they try to bulk up their defense, and he can learn behind veteran behemoth Grady Jackson. A closer look at the Lions' picks: Round 4/115 -- Sammie Lee Hill, DT, 6-4, 330, Stillman...Hill is huge and athletic, but raw. He went to a small high school and didn't receive scholarship offers from major colleges. He didn't receive much teaching at Stillman and mostly got by because of his size. He wasn't invited to the Combine, but the Lions got a good look at him when defensive line coach Bob Karmelowicz worked him out at his pro day. His build fits the Lions' vision of a bigger, stronger defensive front. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Sammie Hill News
11/26/15 - DT Sammie Hill (knee) sat out Wednesday's practice. Hill missed the first part of the season with a knee injury, but has been a regular part of the rotation for the past few games.
10/29/15 - NT Sammie Hill (knee) has been practicing fully this week, but might be a scratch on Sunday as the Titans have better depth on the defensive line probably more than any other position group on the team other than tight end.
10/22/15 - NT Sammie Hill (knee) was a full participant for the first time all season after having had surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his knee.
10/22/15 - DT Sammie Hill (knee) looks as if he could be active for the first time this season on Sunday as he has practiced two straight days fully.
10/14/15 - DT Sammie Hill (knee) has still not played this season, after missing most of OTAs and training camp and now the first quarter of the season, first with a sprained ACL and now with a torn meniscus that required surgery.