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Name: Kylin Hill (Coming off Oct 2020 Suspension)
College: Mississippi State     Number: 8
Height: 5-11   Weight: 214
Position: RB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2021

40 Low: 4.50
   40 Time: 4.57
  40 High: 4.64
Projected Round: 3-4  Stock:    

Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 5104
Weight: 214

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Dates: 03/24/21
Hand: 09 5/8  Arm: 30 1/2
Wingspan: 73 5/8

Height: 5104
Weight: 214
40 Yrd Dash: 4.57
20 Yrd Dash: 2.65
10 Yrd Dash: 1.60
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 22
Vertical Jump: 36
Broad Jump: 10'02"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.35
3-Cone Drill: 7.20

40 Time Range: 4.55-4.58/Projected 4.53
 

 



 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC...Oct 2020 Opt-Out/Coming off Oct 2020 Suspension...PMaxwell/PDoak...2019: 2ndC...2nd team All-SEC, AP 1st team All-SEC w/242-1350-5.6-10 rush, 18-180-10.0-1 rec, 3 TT, arm injury in 3Q vs Alabama (Nov 16), knee injury in 2Q vs Southern Miss (Sept 7) in '19. 117-734-6.3-4 rush, 22-176-8.0-4 rec in 11 gms in '18. Backup w/78-393-5.0-2 rush, 4-38-9.5-0 rec, , 4 TT, TFL in 13 gms in '17.

 Kylin Hill, Mississippi State, Player News


  Kylin Hill popped up on the Zoom call before anyone else. He had a smile on his face. A clear yearning to answer any questions to come his way. A determination to make his Mississippi State Pro Day experience as fulfilling as possible. It was clearly a different Hill than the one who only played in just two games, plus one series in a third, before opting out of his senior season last fall. Hill admitted as much. "The whole experience of being away, I feel like I've matured way more," Hill said. "I'm a better person all around." Hill said he checked all the boxes scouts and coaches came for. There's no doubt the running back from Columbus has the physical tools to contribute on an NFL roster. He's got enough of a body of work to prove it, too. Hill led the SEC in rushing yards with 1,350 as a junior in 2019. At 5-foot-11, 215 pounds he has enough muscle on his frame to fight off NFL defenders. He believes so, anyway. Nevertheless, Hill has countless clips of him throwing SEC defenders to the ground with ease to back himself up. "That's just how I've been playing all my life," Hill said. "What I put into my game and how I step onto the field I just feel like whenever I run the ball nobody can stop me." - The Clarion Ledger

(DS#11 RB) Sr/2021 RB Kylin HillMississippi State
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  With his MSU career now officially over, Hill finishes with 2,535 yards rushing and 16 touchdowns. During his junior season in 2019, he concluded the year with 1,350 yards - just 41 shy of Anthony Dixon's single-season MSU record - to lead the Southeastern Conference at the end of the regular season. Hill's legacy will also be remembered for his activism during the 2020 offseason. A notable voice in the discussion surrounding the removal of the Confederate battle emblem from the Mississippi state flag, he threatened to sit out the season should it not be changed. Hill was given a key to the city of Columbus in late July. "Mississippi Will always be my home," he wrote Tuesday. "We've made history together both on and off the field, and as we move on to the next level, that will only continue." - The Dispatch

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  Mississippi State running back and Columbus native Kylin Hill is reportedly planning to leave the team to prepare for the NFL draft. Matt Zenitz of AL.com broke the news Tuesday afternoon Hill will likely opt out of the rest of the 2020 campaign in order to begin preparations for the NFL draft. The Dispatch reached out to Mississippi State over the matter and was told there was no update on Hill's status. A source close to the situation told The Dispatch last week Hill would be suspended for the Texas A&M game, though it was unclear whether the suspension would continue beyond that one contest. Sports Illustrated's Ross Dellenger reported Tuesday the suspension arose after Hill was involved in an outburst following MSU's loss to Kentucky on Oct. 10. Monday head coach Mike Leach was asked about Hill's status with the team, responding that there was ""No update. He's still unavailable." MSU is set to play No. 2 Alabama Saturday in Tuscaloosa. The Bulldogs have lost three straight contests since opening the season with a win over then-No. 6 LSU in Baton Rouge. - The Dispatch

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  Mississippi State will apparently match up against Alabama without arguably its top overall player. Running back Kylin Hill was suspended from the team following the Bulldogs' Week 3 loss to Kentucky and his status hasn't changed as Mississippi State begins its prep for the Crimson Tide. "No update," head coach Mike Leach said Monday. "He's still unavailable." Hill, a first-team All-SEC selection last season, ran for 1,350 yards and 10 touchdowns last year and accounted for 192 scrimmage yards and a touchdown during Mississippi State's Week 1 win over LSU this season. - Birmingham News

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  Mississippi State coach Mike Leach said that receiver Tyrell Shavers and defensive ends Tre Lawson and Jamari Stewart are no longer with the program that he has also heard that senior back Kylin Hill plans to opt out for the rest of the season to prepare for the NFL draft. Leach announced the players' departures during Wednesday's Southeastern Conference coaches teleconference. Hill's status has been unclear in recent weeks. He was preseason All-SEC first team selection after rushing for 1,350 yards and 10 touchdowns last season. Hill has caught 23 passes for 237 yards and a touchdown in the coach's pass-oriented Air Raid scheme but did not play in a 28-14 home loss to then-No. 11 Texas A&M nearly two weeks ago. Leach has repeatedly said that Hill was unavailable because of personal reasons.

Asked again about Hill during the call, the first-year coach said, "I haven't talked to Kylin, but what I've heard is he is opting out, preparing for the NFL." Hill tied a school single-game mark with 15 receptions in a loss at Kentucky on Oct. 10 and had a career-best 158 yards and a touchdown on eight catches in a season-opening 44-34 win at defending national champion LSU. Hill returned to school after hinting at entering the NFL draft but this spring threatened to boycott the season unless the Mississippi state flag, which included a Confederate emblem, was changed. State legislators retired the polarizing flag after mounting public pressure. - AP College Football


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  Mississippi State fans got good news this week. Senior running back Kylin Hill posted on his personal Facebook page that he is "back active." Hill left last week's game against Arkansas after one carry with an apparent head injury. Coach Mike Leach said Monday during his weekly press conference that he expects Hill to play Saturday against Kentucky. Hill has provided plenty of subtle hints that he will be able to suit up against the Wildcats in Lexington. Shortly after the loss to Arkansas, Hill tweeted that he was upset with himself and he apologized. Sunday, he tweeted that the team learned a valuable lesson and that they will respect each opponent going forward. Monday, he tweeted a picture of himself scoring a touchdown against LSU with the caption, "no more saving my opponents."

Hill also wrote in his Facebook post, "drop 8 in coverage I'll kindly bless ya." Arkansas only rushed three players against Mississippi State's offensive line for most of the night. The Razorbacks sat in a zone defense, keeping the Bulldog wide receivers and running backs in front of them. Hill has historically been successful in generating yards after the catch, so if Kentucky uses a similar defensive scheme it will be interesting to see what Hill can do with his catches. - The Clarion Ledger


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  Each team lost its star running back to undisclosed injuries. Arkansas senior Rakeem Boyd limped to the bench after gaining 3 yards on second-and-goal run from the Mississippi State 6 and didn't return. Bulldogs senior K.J. Hill was injured on Mississippi State's first drive and missed the rest of the game. Boyd had 8 carries for 28 yards. Hill had 1 carry for 7 yards. Arkansas sophomore receiver Treylon Burks and junior cornerback Montaric Brown also suffered undisclosed injuries in the first half and didn't return. - Northwest Arkansas Times

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  Running backs coach Eric Mele got in on the critique Wednesday as well. He said that while senior Kylin Hill's 158 receiving yards and a touchdown was a solid starting point, he was disappointed when Hill missed a blocking assignment. He said it perturbed him when freshman Jo'quavious Marks missed one as well. Those are the only two plays Mele found in the game film in which he wasn't pleased with his unit, but for him, that's two too many. "Really, there's zero tolerance for either a bust on pass protection or bad execution with technique," Mele said. "That's a big day for us on Wednesday. They're out there a couple of periods working on their technique and making sure we know where we're going, IDing that guy right away." - The Clarion Ledger

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  2021 SENIOR BOWL WATCH LIST: Kylin Hill, Mississippi State,...Shifty, powerful running back who can make defenders miss and has a gear to take it the distance...Won the starting role during 2018 fall camp and started 24 of the last 26 games, missing two due to injury...One of the top running backs in the SEC in yards after contact...Has fumbled just once in 481 career touches...Enters 2020 ranked No. 9 on the career rushing yards list (2,477)...Ranks just outside the top 10 on State's career rushing attempts and career rushing touchdowns charts...Owns 11 career 100-yard rushing contests, which is No. 6 in MSU history. - Mississippi State Football

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  2020 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: RB Kylin Hill, Mississippi State,...Behind an SEC-best eight 100-yard rushing games, Hill led the league in rushing yards during the 2019 regular season and finished the year with 1,350. He found the end zone on the ground 10 times and finished as one of just eight Power 5 running backs with 1,300-plus rushing yards and 10-plus rushing touchdowns. Hill was named First Team All-SEC by The Associated Press in 2019. Hill also earned a spot on the Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll and became the SEC running back to earn both honors in the same season since 2016. - Mississippi State Football

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  Sometimes what a college football player does off the field is just as rewarding as what he does on it. For Mississippi State running back Kylin Hill, that held true when he was presented with the key to his hometown Tuesday evening. Mayor Robert Smith awarded Hill the ceremonious key to Columbus during a city council meeting. Smith commended Hill for his heroism when he tweeted that he will not represent Mississippi as a college football player until the Confederate battle emblem was removed from the state flag. Five days after Hill's tweet, the Mississippi legislature voted to remove the emblem.

"We have all these big-time athletes who have a voice but won't speak on it," Hill said during the presentation. "I said, why not me? That's the thing - you can't be scared to speak up. Being scared to speak up, the situation will never get handled." Hill's tweet and pressure from the SEC and NCAA led to key college athletics figures from the state of Mississippi - including MSU athletic director John Cohen and football coach Mike Leach - to lobby legislators to change the state flag. Hill was also an active participant in a racial equality march that took place in the streets of Starkville on June 6, less than two weeks after the death of George Floyd. - The Clarion Ledger


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  2020 PRESEASON DOAK WALKER AWARD WATCH LIST: Kylin Hill (Sr.), Mississippi State,...Behind an SEC-best eight 100-yard rushing games, Hill led the league in rushing yards during the 2019 regular season and finished the year with 1,350. He found the end zone on the ground 10 times and finished as one of just eight Power 5 running backs with 1,300-plus rushing yards and 10-plus rushing touchdowns. The Columbus, Mississippi, product finished the season with 1,530 yards from scrimmage and had the longest reception of the season by an SEC player (88-yard TD against Abilene Christian). - Mississippi State Football

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  Mississippi State running back Kylin Hill and linebacker Erroll Thompson have decided to return to school for their senior seasons rather than enter the NFL draft. The decision represents a reversal for Hill, who had said last month he planned to enter the draft. Mississippi State announced Thursday that both Hill and Thompson are staying with the Bulldogs. Hill rushed for 1,350 yards this season and ranked third in the Southeastern Conference. He gained 5.6 yards per carry, ran for 10 touchdowns and earned first-team all-SEC honors. Hill said in a tweet that "there's some unfinished business to take care of with my brothers. The work has already begun. Let's ride." Thompson has recorded 217 career tackles, including 84 this season. Thompson said in a tweet that "our story isn't finished" and added that "there's much more to accomplish both as a player, student and teammate." Their announcements come less than a week after Mississippi State hired coach Mike Leach away from Washington State. - AP College Football

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  Kylin Hill has made his decision. The SEC's leading rusher has chosen to forgo his senior season and enter the 2020 NFL Draft. Hill announced his decision in a Twitter post. He mentioned that he will still play in the Music City Bowl. In his Tweet, Hill said he has spent "many days and nights" looking back on his three years at Mississippi State. The Columbus High School product said he is grateful for the opportunity that MSU has given him to pursue his dream of playing professionally. Hill has 1,347 rushing yards this season. He needs 45 more in the Music City Bowl to break Anthony Dixon's program record for the most rushing yards in a single season. Hill was named to the All-SEC First Team by the Associated Press and the All-SEC Second Team by the conference's coaches. He won the Conerly Trophy, which is awarded annually to the best college football player in the state of Mississippi. - The Clarion Ledger

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  2019 ALL-SEC SECOND TEAM (COACHES): RB Kylin Hill, Mississippi State,...Hill, who was a first-teamer by The Associated Press on Monday, joins Anthony Dixon (2009) and Josh Robinson (2014) as the only running backs in MSU history to earn All-SEC honors from both the AP and SEC coaches since the inception of the coaches' team in 1999. A native of Columbus, Mississippi, Hill finished the regular season with eight 100-yard rushing games, tying the single-season school record. He needs just 45 rushing yards to set the school single-season record, which is currently owned by Dixon (1,391 in 2009). Hill's 1,347 rushing yards in 12 games this year lead the SEC and rank eighth in the Power 5 among running backs. He is one of seven Power 5 running backs with 1,300-plus rushing yards and 10-plus rushing touchdowns this season. - Mississippi State Football

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  NOV 4 SEC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kylin Hill, RB, Mississippi State,...Hill rushed for a career-high 234 yards and three touchdowns as MSU set school records in a conference game for rushing yards (460) and total yards (640) in a 54-24 win at Arkansas...Hill's 234 yards were the most by an SEC player in a conference game since LSU's Derrius Guice logged 276 vs. Ole Miss on Oct. 21, 2017...Hill became the first player in school history with over 230 yards rushing and three touchdowns in the same game...He averaged 11.1 yards per carry and racked up 110 yards after contact according to Pro Football Focus...Hill, the SEC's leading rusher this season, tallied 198 yards in the first half, representing the most rushing yards by an MSU player in a half in school history...The 234 rushing yards were the fifth-most by an MSU player in school history and just 24 shy of the school record...With the performance, Hill went over 1,000 yards rushing for the season, went over 2,000 for his career, and he tallied his SEC leading sixth 100-yard rushing game of the season. - SEC Football

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  Both Arkansas and Mississippi State entered Saturday's game having underplayed to expectations. Both its head coaches have been suggested to have tenuous, at best, job security. It was supposed to gnashing and ugly, but close. Only the ugly part came to fruition. Mississippi State snapped a four-game losing streak, kept alive its chances for a .500 season and looked like a dangerous and elite SEC team. Arkansas looked out of gas, out to sea and out of hope, having been dealt a 54-24 demolition at the hands of its closest competition in the league standings.

Mississippi State (4-5, 2-4) ran for more yards on the ground in the first half, 312, than it had in any individual game to that point. Kylin Hill, who finished with a career-high 234 yards rushing, had 198 of those in the first half-hour on just 13 carries, including three for touchdowns. Tommy Stevens, making his first start in three weeks, ran for another 60 and chipped in a 33-yard touchdown pass in the first half. Mississippi State led by four touchdowns, 38-10, at halftime. Moorhead had challenged Hill, the SEC's leading rusher, to do more the last two weeks. Before last week's game against Texas A&M, he had run for just 92 on 43 carries in the previous three games. His 150 yards versus the Aggies was just a warm-up. "He had been pushing me," Hill said. "My last couple performances, that wasn't me. I was doing too much dancing in the backfield. I can do it, but that's not my kind of style. I had to get back to being more aggressive." - Mississippi State/AP College Football


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  Mississippi State leads the SEC and is tied for seventh in the nation with 54 running plays of 10 yards or more. Running back Kylin Hill and freshman dual-threat quarterback Garrett Shrader lead the way in that category with 22 such plays each. Hill ranks fourth in the league with 643 yards rushing with five touchdowns. He has a knack for making first downs and 33 of his 134 carries this season have resulted in first downs. Shrader has ran for 440 yards this season and topped 100 yards in a win over Kentucky earlier this season with a career-best 125 yards rushing. - AP College Football

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  Something will have to give Saturday when Mississippi State brings the Southeastern Conference's leading rusher into No. 7 Auburn to face one of the league's stingiest run defenses. Mississippi State's Kylin Hill has run for over 100 yards in each of his team's first four games and has a total of 551 yards rushing — 143 more than anyone else in the SEC. Auburn (4-0, 1-0 SEC) features one of the nation's top defensive lines and allows just 89.5 rushing yards per game to rank second in the SEC. That group will be seeking revenge after Auburn lost 23-9 to Mississippi State (3-1, 1-0) last season.

"They have a lot of experience, a couple of NFL guys on the defensive line," Hill said. "The majority of the success we had last year was the play calling by coach (Joe) Moorhead, and he called the right plays against the right defense." Hill rushed for 126 yards and former Mississippi State quarterback Nick Fitzgerald ran for 195 yards against Auburn last season. Now that Fitzgerald has departed, Hill has taken over as the featured player in Mississippi State's rushing attack. Last year, Hill had 117 rushing attempts in 11 games. After four games in 2019, Hill has already totaled an SEC-leading 91 carries. The only Football Bowl Subdivision players with more carries are Oklahoma State's Chuba Hubbard (103), Boston College's A.J. Dillon (99) and Florida State's Cam Akers (98). - AP College Football


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  Kylin Hill rushed for 120 yards and three touchdowns to lead Mississippi State to a 28-13 victory over Kentucky on Saturday. Mississippi State (3-1, 1-0 SEC) handed the ball to Hill, the Southeastern Conference's leading rusher 26 times in the game, taking some of the offensive pressure off freshman quarterback Garrett Schrader who started in place of injured senior Tommy Stevens, a Penn State transfer. "He was a grown man out there," Kentucky coach Mark Stoops said. "You can see a great player there, with a great desire to make some tough runs. That's a very good football player."

Shrader, who played the entire second half last week, was another offensive highlight, throwing for 180 yards and rushing for 125 yards in his first full game managing the offense. "I don't know that there's too many freshman quarterbacks around the country playing like that," Mississippi State coach Joe Moorhead said. Kentucky (2-2, 0-2 SEC) had 386 yards of total offense but found the end zone only once on a Kavosiey Smoke 2-yard run in the third quarter. Mississippi State consistently frustrated Stoops' team late in drives, and the Wildcats could convert on only two of their four field-goal attempts. - Mississippi State/AP College Football


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  Kylin Hill rushed for 123 yards and one touchdown to lead Mississippi State to a 38-15 win over Southern Mississippi Saturday at Davis Wade Stadium. Hill was injured late in the first half but returned in the second half and totaled 67 yards and his touchdown run in the second half. The Bulldogs (2-0) finished with 386 yards of total offense and collected 210 yards on the ground. "I thought we didn't flinch in the face of adversity and we had moments to do that," said head coach Joe Moorhead. "We had one guy go down on offense and then on defense. But as I've said, we have good leadership in our program and we have to be like our mascot and be a Bulldog. Our offense found a good balance and productivity. We left some things on the field but as we progress, we will clean those things up. It was just a good team win."

Southern Miss (1-1) was held scoreless in the first 40 minutes of action. The Golden Eagles got their first touchdown on a Jack Abraham 28-yard touchdown pass to Jaylond Adams. Abraham also connected with Jordan Mitchell in the final quarter on a 65-yard scoring toss. Mississippi State was efficient in the first half on offense and held a 21-0 lead at halftime. Quarterback Tommy Stevens opened the game a perfect 9 of 9 passing before being injured late in the second quarter. Stevens had touchdown passes to Osirus Mitchell and Stephen Guidry before exiting the game. The Bulldogs added a Nick Gibson 13-yard touchdown run with 42 seconds left in the first half. But the first half was costly for Mississippi State as Stevens did not return to action in the second half. The former Penn State transfer finished 9 of 10 passing for 105 yards and two touchdowns. - AP College Football


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  2019 PRESEASON COACHES ALL-SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE FOOTBALL THIRD TEAM: RB Kylin Hill, Mississippi State,...Hill, a candidate for the Maxwell and Doak Walker awards, rushed for 734 yards and four touchdowns on 117 attempts. The elusive, bruising running back started all 11 games he played in, and his top performance came in a road win at Kansas State, where he ran for 211 yards and accounted for three scores to earn the SEC's Offensive Player of the Week honor. The Columbus, Mississippi, native also recorded 100-yard rushing games in victories against No. 8 Auburn (126) and at Ole Miss (108). He averaged 6.3 yards per carry, which ranked sixth in the SEC. - Mississippi State Football

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  2019 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD CANDIDATE: RB Kylin Hill, Mississippi State,...Hill is coming off a sophomore season where he rushed for 734 yards and four touchdowns on 117 attempts. He averaged 6.3 yards per carry, which ranked sixth in the SEC. The elusive, bruising running back started all 11 games he played in, and his top performance came in a road win at Kansas State, where he ran for 211 yards and accounted for three scores to earn the SEC's Offensive Player of the Week honor. Hill also produced 100-yard rushing games in wins against No. 8 Auburn (126) and Ole Miss (108) and finished with a 116.1 elusive rating, per Pro Football Focus, which ranked fourth in the conference among running backs. - Mississippi State Football

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  2019 PRESEASON DOAK WALKER AWARD CANDIDATE: Kylin Hill (Jr.), Mississippi State,...A product of Columbus, Mississippi, Hill is coming off a sophomore season where he rushed for 734 yards and four touchdowns on 117 attempts. He averaged 6.3 yards per carry, which ranked sixth in the SEC. The elusive, bruising running back started all 11 games he played in, and his top performance came in a road win at Kansas State, where he ran for 211 yards and accounted for three scores to earn the SEC's Offensive Player of the Week honor. Hill also produced 100-yard rushing games in wins against No. 8 Auburn (126) and Ole Miss (108) and finished with a 116.1 elusive rating, per Pro Football Focus, which ranked fourth in the conference among running backs. - Mississippi State Football

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