Physical Description:
Height/Weight: 5’9’, 165lbs
Position: Point Guard
Birthdate: 5-15-1989

AND1 Summer Pro League
Los Angeles, CA
July 16th – 22nd, 2012

SCORERS 1st Showcase
Las Vegas, NV
July 13-14th, 2012

22ft/TwentyTwoFeet Showcase
Charlotte, NC
May 26-27th, 2012

Cobbs Basketball Exhibition Game
Los Angeles, CA
January 2012

NBA D- League: Springfield Armor
December 8, 2011
Point Guard

NBA D League: National Draft
November 3, 2011
First Pick, 6th Round
Team: Springfield Armor

NBA D League: Reno Bighorn Workout
October 29, 2011
Reno, Nevada

NBA D League: Bakersfield Jam Workout
October 22 – 23, 2011
Bakersfield, California

NBA D League: Boost Mobile National Tryouts
September 24, 2011
Chicago, IL

NBA D League: National Tryout
June 25 2011
Louisville, Kentucky
Contract signed August 19, 2011

Enfuego Hoops All Star Team
August 29th, 2011
Exhibition Game
Soles of Mexicali – LNBP Team
Mexicali, Mexico
Starting Point Guard

Enfuego Hoops Showcase
August 6th -7th, 2011
San Diego State University
All Star Game – Starting Point Guard

Hart Sports Management
July 13-14, 2011
Annual International Exposure Camp
Las Vegas, Nevada
All Star Game – Starting Point Guard

Minnesota State University, Mankato 2011 – 2007

2010-11: Awarded Ron Logsdon Basketball Classic All Tournament Team, NSIC First Tournament All Conference, NSIC All Tournament Team, Daktronics- Second Team All Central Region, Central Region All Tournament Team and NABC – All Central District Squad…Started in 33 games…Leading scorer in 13 games…10 games scored over 20 points…Scored two double-double’s…School ranking as of March 18th, 2011; sits sixth on the school’s career free throw percentage list at .880… Is fifth in career assists (394)…Sixth in career three point field goals made(165)…Fifth in career free throws made(331)…Fifth in career games played(123)…Ranked 14th on All-Time scoring list…One year captain…NSIC Conference Champions…Under his leadership lead his team to their first Central Region Championship and NCAA Final Four appearance, played a total of 199 minutes in these games…NSIC Conference rankings: fifth in assists, seven in scoring, fifth in free throw PCT, four in 3-point FG PCT, Seven in 3-point FG made, Assist/Turnover Ratio, Seven in minutes played.

2009-10: Finished his junior year ranked third in the NSIC in free throw percentage (.885) and sixth in three-point field goal percentage (.458)…Enters this season ranked fifth on the school’s career free throw percentage at .855..Hill played in all 30 games last season off the bench and was fourth on the team in scoring, averaging 11.1 points per game to go with 1.1 rebounds and 2.4 assists. He scored a season-high 22 points in MSU’s win over U-Mary (12/12) and started the season by reaching double-digits in the points column in MSU’S first six games and has scored 10 or more points in 19 games.. For the season, Hill shot .453 from the floor, .458 from downtown and .885 from the free-throw line…Hill scored 22 points in MSU’S win over St.Cloud State (1/16), finishing the night 6-of-6 from the floor, 4-of-4 from downtown and 6-of-6 from the line…NSIC Conference Champions.

2008-09: Hill played in 33 games starting four…Averaged 8.6 points, 3.0 assists, 1.4 rebounds and 18.9 minutes per game…Passed out a career –high 11 assists in MSU’S win over MacMurray (12/18)..Dished out five or more assists in six games…Scored double-digits in 13 games including a 22 point game at Augustana (2/25) and against Minnesota Duluth (3/4)…Hauled in a career-high six rebounds against St. Cloud State (3/08/09).

2007-08: Saw action in all 29 games, earning two starts…Averaged 5.5 points, 2.4 assists and 0.9 rebounds, while playing an average of 15.2 minutes per game…Had 69 assists on the season…Passes out a season-high eight assists in MSU’S win over Bethany Lutheran (12/5) and then matched the tally with eight assists against Upper Iowa (12/15) and at Minnesota Duluth (1/10)…Scored a season-high 14 points on 4-of-4 shooting, including 2-of-2 from long range against BLC…Added 14 points in MSU’S win at St.Cloud State (2/9)…NSIC Conference Champions.