6’5” 215lbs. Was in camp with the Titans during the lockout-shortened year, but never reached the field because of a hamstring pull that kept him out for the two weeks of camp. Presently with Spokane.
Joe Hills is a big, tough receiver with aggressive hands – he rips the ball out of the air and rarely lets one get inside his body. He worked for the past year at Athletes’ Performance and Wideouts Inc. to improve his technique and is a much more polished receiver than when he left college.
2008 at University of South Carolina: Played in 11 of 13 games, making three starts… caught 11 passes for 87 yards with one touchdown… made his first collegiate start against Georgia… also got the start against UAB and in the regular season finale at Clemson… recorded his first two collegiate receptions against Wofford… caught a four-yard touchdown pass at Ole Miss… had a career-long 24-yard reception at Kentucky… had a career-best three receptions at Florida. 2007: Suffered a right knee sprain early in fall camp and missed most of the pre-season practices… appeared in just one game, getting into two plays against Mississippi State.
HIGH SCHOOL (Palmetto HS): Logged over 500 yards receiving and 11 touchdowns and added four interceptions playing wide receiver, tight end and safety as a senior… participated in the Offense-Defense All-Star Game in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla…. Considered a four-star prospect by Rivals.com… Ranked by Rivals as the 27th-best ”athlete” in the nation and the 37th-best player in the state of Florida… Rated a three-star prospect and the nation’s 89th-best wide receiver by Scout.com… Ranked as the 84th-best player in the state of Florida by SuperPrep…