Georgia is in the mix for Trey Hill, the nations second ranked offensive guard.
Houston Country offensive guard Trey Hill, a 4-star recruit in the class of 2018, has released his top four schools.
Trey Hill is a 6’4″ and 346 pound 17 year old out of Houston County High School in Warner Robins, Georgia. On Friday, he released his top 4 schools, which included 3 from the SEC and 1 from the ACC.
Hill ranks as the nation’s 38th overall player, 2nd ranked offensive guard and 6th ranked player in the state of Georgia.
Hill, who plans to announce his decision on Monday, December 11, is a former teammate of Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm, strengthening the ties between Georgia and Hill.
Kirby Smart and staff get the so very coveted final recruiting visit before his decision date. Hill will visit Athens this weekend, and announce his decision on Monday. Smart and offensive line coach Sam Pittman also visited Hill on Wednesday.
Auburn sent three of its coaches to Warner Robins to visit Hill on Thursday.
Also on Thursday, Florida State coach Willie Taggart paid Hill a visit.
UGA has a chance to do something very special…secure commitments from the nation’s No. 1 and No. 2 ranked offensive guards in the same recruiting class. 5-star offensive guard Jamaree Salyer out of Pace Academy in Atlanta ranks as the nation’s 10th ranked player and top offensive guard, and is considered a strong Georgia lean.
“The thing about Trey is he is so smart,” Houston County head coach Ryan Crawford told DawgNation over the summer. “He made a very good score on his ACT and he does great in the classroom. So he’s football-savvy and smart off the field. He retains information very well kind of like the guy we just had at quarterback (UGA freshman Jake Fromm) for us. His thing for us is he has to be more vocal. He can do that and be that leader for us.”