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four-star cornerback signee Luke Hill was reportedly arrested Tuesday and is facing eight charges, including first-degree attempted murder.
Hill was the 15th-ranked cornerback and 195th-overall recruit in the 2020 class, according to 247Sports’ Composite Rankings. He committed to Oregon in April 2019 before signing with the Ducks in December.
Hill, who was ranked No. 151 overall and No. 12 at cornerback in the ESPN 300, was one of the most highly recruited players in Maryland. He had seven interceptions and eight pass breakups as a senior at St. Frances Academy in Baltimore. He chose the Ducks over scholarship offers from Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Michigan, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Penn State, Virginia Tech and other FBS programs.
According to his 247Sports Scouting Report, the 5-foot-11-inch, 180-pound Hill project is a Day 3 pick in the NFL Draft and is compared to current Miami Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard. “He will compete to start as a freshman in high school 20,” wrote 247Sports recruiting analyst Brian Dohn. “It should become an NFL draft pick from day two.” Hill, who had more than 20 scholarship offers, was one of seven four-star signers for Oregon in this year’s cycle. The Ducks also signed three five-star recruits and finished at n. 12th in the composite ranking of recruitment. We will keep you posted on this unfolding story as more details emerge.
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Hill, who most recently attended St. Frances Academy in Baltimore, had joined Oregon as part of its 2020 recruiting class. He was listed as a 4-star prospect in 247Sports‘ composite rankings.
Luke Hill Arrest & Charge
Police in Maryland on Tuesday arrested former Oregon football signee Luke Hill, and the state attorney’s office has charged him with felony first-degree attempted murder, felony assault and other misdemeanor charges after he allegedly fired a gun multiple times from a car on Monday.
In addition to the felony offenses, Hill, 18, is also charged with misdemeanor unlawful possession of a handgun, unlawful possession of a loaded handgun, unlawful possession of a firearm by a minor, possession of an assault weapon or magazine capacity of more than 10 rounds, unlawful use of a weapon during a felony, and reckless endangerment.
Hill, from Temple Hills, Maryland, is being held without bond in Prince George’s County, according to jail records. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for June 19.
University of Oregon spokesman Jimmy Stanton told ESPN that Hill was informed earlier this spring that he would not be joining the Ducks’ football team.