RB Oklahoma State
Justice Hill is another undersized back who may not be getting adequate recognition in this “down class.” While he’s another back without protypical traits, there’s a lot to like about his game.
The first words that come to mind when discussing Hill are speed and acceleration. He’s more than fast enough to get to the outside, but he is also elusive enough to survive between the tackles. Hill is exceptionally dangerous in space and easily utilized as a receiver.
Unfortunately, Hill’s lack of size negatively impacts his skillset as well. He lost carries and catches to the bigger Chuba Hubbard in 2018. He is never going to be a goal line back, but Hill also gets straight up before contact too often, opening himself up repeatedly to huge hits.
Hill is probably a backup, slashing specialist at the next level, but his pass catching chops may be his redemption for fantasy.