Here’s one the Philadelphia Eagles might find “between the hedges”.
There’s no way the Georgia Bulldogs would be able to keep sending these phenomenal running backs to the NFL every season if they didn’t also keep finding, recruiting and fielding these future NFL offensive lineman.
In the six-foot-four, 330-pound Trey Hill, Georgia landed what was then a four-star recruit out of Warner Robbins, Georgia who graded out as the third-best guard in the country and has since then spent time at both guard and center for the “Dawgs”, In 2019, he anchored what was a very impressive offensive line and started all 14 games at center.
Hill popped up on quite a few NFL radars as there were many professional scouts who attended Georgia’s games to see Solomon Kindley and Andrew Thomas and couldn’t help but notice this young man’s skill set.
Guard may be his more natural position, but after holding his own versus some of the best competition in what’s been the NCAA’s best conference, the SEC, by the time the book closes on 2020, the “Dawgs” will probably have placed yet another runner up trophy for the SEC Championship Game on the shelf, and Hill should be the top-ranked center on every NFL Draft board.