Xavier Hill

Offensive Lineman
6′3″ / 325 lbs
Olive Branch, MS
Olive Branch
Class of 2020
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Rating: 87.2

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Recruiting Country: The latest recruiting news surrounding the Maroon & White


2 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around the SEC: Recruiting news and trends
As the dead period has already hit, many SEC teams made a final push at landing summertime commitments from some of the top talents in the nation. Jason Howell examines the latest news and trends on the recruiting front.
3 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Ten Thoughts: New Aggie commitments, out of state recruiting & more
The Aggies made two big recruiting splashes on Sunday after landing commitments from DT Isaiah Raikes and RB Deondre Jackson, and Jimbo Fisher and Company have big plans for rounding out the 2020 class and beyond.
3 mo ago by Jason Howell
Top southeast talents Xavier Hill and Cam Riley get first look at Aggieland
Over the weekend, Texas A&M hosted Olive Branch (MS) OL Xavier Hill and Evergreen (AL) Hillcrest LB Cam Riley on official visits. It was the first time either visited Aggieland, and it is safe to say the Aggies made a strong first impression.
3 mo ago by Jason Howell
A few Monday notes from a couple of the weekends OVs
I spoke with Olive Branch (MS) OL Xavier Hill and Evergreen (AL) Hillcrest LB Cameron Riley tonight, and the Aggies definitely helped themselves with both.Hill made the trip with his family and the whole family left impressed with Texas A&M. They really didn't know what to expect coming in but the Aggies are now under very serious consideration. One thing in particular that stood out to them was the Aggie Network. Xavier specifically mentioned it without being prompted. Hill has visits scheduled to Alabama and Tennessee, but I'm hearing from multiple sources that the Aggies really elevated their status on this one.Both Hill and Riley were very impressed with the relationships between the coaches and the players. Riley enjoyed spending time with Alabama natives James Foster, Tank Jenkins, and Ke'shun Brown. He also clicked well with coach Craig and coach Peveto. "They're good people," Riley said. "They keep it real with me and I like it because most coaches may fake it. But those two are straight up with me and I like that. I like coaches like that and we have a great bond with both of them. We're very tight."As for where the Aggies stand after the visit, I'll let the following quote say it all."If I was to make a top five right now Texas A&M would be in there," Riley said. "I kind of had Auburn at the top as my No. 1 school, but as of now A&M and Auburn are kind of neck and neck, like 50-50."
3 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Quick Sunday afternoon update
Big time get for the Aggies in the form of Southlake Carroll tight end Blake Smith. One of the fastest-rising prospects in the Lone Star State during the spring evaluation period, the 6-5, 245-pound tight end picked up offers from not only A&M but also the likes of Ohio State, Alabama, Michigan, Florida State, LSU and Washington as coaches from around the country stopped by to see Riley Dodge's Dragons at work during April and May. Smith has what I would describe as elite level ball skills and his frame and length make the newest Aggie weapon a very difficult coverage assignment for smaller safeties and linebackers. Speed may not be the strength of Blake's game but hands, understanding leverage and what is going to be an enormous SEC-caliber frame certainly are. He's also a nasty blocker who, as he adds even more size, strength and experience, has NFL potential as an attached tight end. As I've said since Jimbo Fisher and Joe Jon Finley extended the offer, Smith is the perfect addition and compliment to a room that already features the likes of Baylor Cupp, Jalen Wydermyer and sophomore Glenn Beal.Based on our intel, I don't believe Jimbo Fisher and the Ags are done today, either. FB Austin wideout Troy Omeire looked extremely impressive when he arrived on Friday and things have gone exceedingly well on both sides since the four-star pass-catcher has been on campus. The priority target has received the full-court press from position coach Dameyune Craig, Kellen Mond, Jhamon Ausbon and even fellow 2020 five-star commit Demond Demas. The battle for Omeire's commitment has been a see-saw affair between the Aggies and Longhorns for quite some time now but momentum is squarely on the side of Maroon & White and this one could wrap up in the very near future. It would be a monster addition to the class and set the stage for what would be an elite three-man haul at the position, assuming the Ags were to add either North Carolina standout Muhsin Muhammad III or local talent Devin Price to the mix.A&M also hosted a couple of out-of-state offensive linemen over the weekend, including Pennsylvania tackle Michael Carmody and 6-3, 325-pounder Xavier Hill from Olive Branch HS in Mississippi. Carmody wrapped up his visit - the second in as many months - and it might be a fair statement to call the Ags the team to beat for the 6-5, 285-pound four-star from Mars Area High School. Carmody's options read like a Who's Who of power programs in B1G country, with Ohio State standing out as the Ags' primary threat (at least for now) and Penn State, Notre Dame and Michigan crawling all over themselves for the four-star blockers commitment. Again, while I don't think he'll decide anything in the immediate future, A&M and Ohio State stand out here, based on what I continue to hear. It's probably fair to rephrase that to 'A&M and Ohio State stand out here, with the Aggies surging."Hill - who holds offers from the entire SEC West plus Florida and Tennessee - isn't expected to commit but I'd say the Ags have reason to feel good about their chances of adding at least one of the three out of state blockers they are in the best shape with at this point in time - he, Carmody and Memphis tackle Chris Morris to the 2020 commit list at some point in the cycle. If I were to rank the Ags' odds with each today, I'd go Carmody then Morris then Hill, with the Ags having a legit shot at all three.Not expecting a commit today from Longview quarterback Haynes King but I'm not sure how his weekend visit could have gone any better. Brauny will have a lot more on where things standout with the East Texas state champ this evening but I'm feeling as good about King as I am just about any of the Ags' uncommitted targets right now. They'll have to weather a couple of visits - particularly the one to Tennessee - but Jimbo Fisher and the Ags put their best foot forward this weekend...not just with King but with all seven of the official visitors.As for that seventh official visitor that Jimbo alluded to during his Austin Coach's Night speech a couple of days ago, he did make it on campus and I've been told the Ags knocked it out of the park. However, the prospect still wants to keep things quiet for now so we'll continue to respect his wishes.
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