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Clemson Football Recruiting

2025 four-star quarterback talks Clemson, visit from Garrett Riley in video interview

May 20, 2023
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Antwann Hill has been a national recruit since he was in middle school. UGA was the first school to offer Hill in August 2020, at the beginning of his eighth-grade season.

Since then, he’s grown to 6'5, 215 pounds at the end of his sophomore season. Hill throws a fantastic deep ball and is one of the most accurate young passers in the nation. The Georgia native is ranked as one of the top three quarterbacks in the 2025 class and camped at Clemson last summer. He's visited Death Valley multiple times and has the attention of new Clemson offensive coordinator Garrett Riley, who visited Hill's spring practice earlier this month.

Hill discusses Clemson, his camp plans, and much more in this Clemson Sports Talk exclusive:

Clemson in his recruitment: "Me and Coach Riley were talking on the phone yesterday. Really just talking ball and how spring's going and everything and how he liked me. Then he wants me to put a cut-up together from spring practice and stuff, send it to him so he could see how I'm doing during the spring."

Strengths, what Riley likes about him: "Really my decision-making for sure. And then I know where I want to go with the ball pre-snap. Just seeing the defense and knowing what coverage they're in and where I want to go."

Most recent Clemson visit: "My visit was good. They talked me through everything. Great coaching staff. I talked to Coach (Tajh) Boyd out there, and they told me to do a couple of things they do to prepare a quarterback for the next level."

Camp plans: "We're getting camp set up right now. I think I'll be heading to North Carolina on June 4. Alabama June 1, then we got a couple more lined up." Hill said he does plan to camp at Clemson again this year.

Goals: "People just know us (Houston County High School) as a baseball school right now. But for sure, I want to put us on a map nationally, not just in the state. I want to put us on a mountain nationally, be the first to do it."

 
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