Beware: Stephen Hill Is Getting ‘It”
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A year ago, Hill had a tendency to turn his shoulders on vertical routes, causing him to lose speed. On Tuesday, Hill kept his shoulders square, something Lal pointed out with two different camera angles — upper and rear views. “His body plane was parallel and he didn’t lose any form,” Lal said. “I tell the players it’s like track. You’d never run 60 meters with your shoulders pointed sideways.” Hill, coming off a disappointing rookie year, is one of the most improved players in camp because he has refined his fundamentals. Because of his college background in a triple-option offense at Georgia Tech, he arrived with little knowledge of a pro-style passing attack. Hill acknowledged, “I feel like a different receiver,” saying he feels quicker in and out of his breaks…”He’s starting to understand his body,” Lal said. “He’s starting to understand what he can do with his tools.”If you’ve been following Stephen Hill‘s career through the Rotoviz lens, you’ve received some differing opinions. Matt Freedman is down on his long term prospects and thinks that there is a pretty low probability that he hits. while Jon Moore thinks that he is a hold in dynasty leagues.