2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JUSTICE HILL: Oklahoma State, 5095 198 4.45. Junior entry and three-year starter from Tulsa, OK. After a freshman season that ranked as one of the best in school history, Hill was named a first-team All Big 12 back in 2017 after leading the Big 12 in rushing. He was a name to watch as a junior, but nagging injuries and the emergence of James Conner-clone Chuba Hubbard, Hill didn’t have the season many were hoping for. However when looking at traits and what he can do for an offense that provides space, Hill is dangerous. He can explode and dart away from defenders but he can’t be the sole focus in a backfield, as the body just isn’t there. Complementary back who will be a big play asset. Explosive, shot-out- of-cannon type mover after he gets his hands on the ball. Has the unique looseness, yet powerful burst and acceleration when he finds his window. Becomes more and more dangerous the further into space he gets. Has runaway speed, rarely gets caught from behind. Can turn that speed and explosion into power and deliver some blows to defensive backs. Decisive and trusts his gut, even when it is incorrect. Durability and lack of size are going to be an issue when considering his running style and blocking presence. Will have ball security issues initially in the league before he gets stronger, tighter. Doesn’t always see the hole, needs more patience and vision. 2018 stats: 930 yds, 5.9 ypc, 9 TD, 13 rec, 68 yds, 0 TD. OSR:3/24. Fifth/sixth round. (A-31 5/8, H-9 1/2, BP-21, SS-DNP).