Dana Hills, Ca.-- Following in the footsteps of his quarterback, Chase Favreau at Mater Dei High School, receiver Sedric Hill transferred to Edison High School in March and is now starting to make a name for himself in green and gold.
Hill made his first appearance as an Edison Charger on Saturday at the Nike Air Strike Passing Tournament at Dana Hills High School. Although he has no offers thus far, Hill shined throughout the day. At 6’1 and 190 pounds Hill lined up at both wide receiver and cornerback on Saturday and was a standout on both sides of the ball.
“I don’t have any offers right now,” said Hill. “[However,] Fresno State, San Diego State, Nebraska, and Nevada have all shown interest. On June 18, I’m going to Fresno State for a camp.”
Because Hill transferred schools for his final high school football season, he may not be getting the attention he deserves. The receiver has a strong presence on the field. Last season at Mater Dei, Hill was an offensive standout. He totaled 44 receptions for 608 yards and five touchdowns behind his teammate and now USC Trojan, Victor Blackwell. While he played corner on Saturday, his frame might relegate him to safety if he ends up on the defensive side of the ball.
Having found a home at Edison, coaches will now have a chance to take a look at Hill and will come away liking what they see.
Director of Scouting Scott Kennedy contributed to this report