2018: Listed as the top reserve at weakside linebacker behind returning starter Joe Giles-Harris ... in five career games, has seven tackles ... has two games with 3+ tackles with a career-high three stops against both Wake Forest and Northern Illinois in 2017 ... has played 61 career snaps ... in May, 2018, joined 10 teammates on a mission trip to Guatemala for a Habitat for Humanity initiative.
2017 Game-by-Game Statistics
2017: Played in five games ... saw action against North Carolina, Pittsburgh, Georgia Tech, Wake Forest and Northern Illinois ... totaled seven tackles ... logged a season-high three stops against both Wake Forest and Northern Illinois ... on the field for 61 snaps.
2016: Did not see game action.
PRIOR TO DUKE: Four-year letterman at Heathwood Hall Episcopal School under head coach Steve Victory ... rated as a four-star prospect by Scout.com and a three-star prospect according to ESPN.com, Rivals.com and 247Sports.com ... ranked No. 258 on the Scout300 chart and tabbed by the publication as the nation’s No. 14 outside linebacker ... listed as the No. 28 outside linebacker in the country and the No. 10 prospect in South Carolina by ESPN.com ... also rated as the No. 29 outside linebacker in the country and the No. 8 prospect in South Carolina by 247Sports.com ... helped the Highlanders to four consecutive South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA) Class AAA playoff berths ... 2015 USA Today American Family Insurance ALL-USA South Carolina first team selection ... selected to participate in the SCISA All-Star game after senior campaign ... two-time SCISA first team all-state honoree ... over final two seasons, totaled 167 tackles, 20.0 TFL, 7.0 sacks and four INTs along with 163 rushing attempts for 1,200 yards and 14 TDs ... also lettered in soccer and basketball ... following senior year, named one of the five national finalists for the Watkins Award, recognizing the nation’s top male African-American student-athlete, joining former Duke lettermen Zavier Carmichael, Matt Daniels, Vince Oghobaase and Deion Williams, along with current team member Rakavius Chambers, as finalists for the award.
PERSONAL: Born May 19, 1998 ... majoring in mechanical engineering ... high school teammate of former Duke offensive lineman Gabe Brandner ... son of Alesia and Michael Hill.