Four-star QB Antwann Hill commits to Colorado after visit
Antwann Hill took his first visit to Colorado last weekend and absolutely loved it.
The 2025 four-star quarterback from Warner Robins (Ga.) Houston County saw everything he needed to see - from Boulder, from coach Deion Sanders, from offensive coordinator Sean Lewis and from the fans to make his decision.
On Friday, Hill committed to the Buffaloes.
“I was building up to that point,” Hill said. “When I got out there and really saw what was going on and met the coaches then I was like, ‘This is the right place for me at the right time.’ I was going to go ahead and commit.
“Just how coach Prime and all the coaches were treating me like family. They weren’t just treating me like family, they were treating my family members like that. They brought us in to Colorado for the first time ever.
“Great state, great city in Boulder and really just a great atmosphere over there, the fans, everything, I loved it.”
There was a lot Hill liked. Maybe nothing more than the offense. The Buffaloes average more than 34 points per game. Quarterback Shedeur Sanders is completing more than 72 percent of his passes for 2,420 yards with 21 touchdowns and three picks.
Hill, who’s having a phenomenal junior season with 1,814 passing yards with 23 TDs and two picks, loves what’s happening already on offense and the vision for the future.
“The offense is very explosive,” Hill said. “They can throw the ball, everybody knows that. Shedeur gets about 500 yards per game, four touchdowns a game, that offense is very explosive.
“I like the scheme coach Lewis has brought over there from Kent State so it’s a great offense to showcase my abilities.”
The four-star quarterback had plenty of offers but Penn State and Florida were the main schools involved in his recruitment leading up to his Colorado commitment.