2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about KJ HILL: Ohio State, 6000 196 4.61. Rotational starter, Little Rock, AR. Has been heavily involved in the Buckeyes’ passing attack all four years. Honorable mention All Big 10 the past two seasons. Set the all-time receptions record at Ohio State toward the tail end of his career. Was also a punt returner in his time in Columbus. Projects as a slot receiver at the next level because of his sharp route running ability, quickness out of his breaks, and lack of true size and speed that would be reserved for the outside. His production may have been somewhat of a result of right place, right time type factors, but he still deserves a shot at taking on a slot role in the NFL. He will need to get more physical in a crowd and increase his production after the catch if he is going to stick. Assertive and explosive as an underneath and intermediate route runner. Gets out of his breaks with suddenness and ready hands. Can pluck the ball and quickly tuck it to move north. Shows good awareness against zone, finds the creases and lanes consistently. Productive career. Slender frame with short arms. Plays smaller than his listed size. Doesn’t win the contested situations, can be out-muscled. Drops the occasional easy catch. Lacks the next gear to get over the top. 2019 stats: 57-636, 11.2 ypr, 10 TD. OSR:45/51. Sixth/seventh round. (A-29 1/8, H-9 1/4, VJ-32.5, SS-DNP).