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Height: 6-4   Weight: 215   Hometown: Monticello, FL (Jefferson County HS)   Class: 2005

Athlete is a position in today's recruiting industry. The position came about tom describe quarterbacks or other prospects that can play several positions at the next level. A perfect example of thus type of player is Carlton Hill.

The Monticello, FL native is a very athletic prospect that many schools are vying for his signature. Hill runs a 4.4 flat, and he could play either quarterback or wide receiver at the next level.

"I could definitely play receiver or quarterback, but I might would think about playing safety as well," says Hill.

Arkansas, Tennessee, Florida, FSU, Miami, West Virginia, Michigan, Auburn, and Maryland are some of the schools that have offered Hill.

"My top five is Miami, Michigan St., Maryland, Auburn, and Florida."

Hill attended the Miami camp, and turned in a very impressive performance. "There was a lot of talent as there always is. I earned Offensive MVP."

He may take a trip to LSU on the July 24 for a camp, but he said he is undecided.

This summer Hill has been in summer school trying to improve his grades. "This summer I've been trying to improve myself mentally as well as physically. Physically, I am trying to make my techniques fundamentally sound. I am trying to be a good team captain to get my guys to follow me to a state championship."

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Carlton Hill Recruiting Profile
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