Schertz (Texas) Clemens standout defender Kaleb Hill saw interest pick up over the course of his senior season. He helped Clemens to an 8-3 overall record and earned unanimous first-team 27-4A and second-team all-area honors.
College coaches also took notice of the 6-foot-2, 216-pound playmaker. He picked up offers from Colorado, UTSA, Boise State, and Nevada over the course of the recruiting process, and as signing day approaches, he is narrowing in on a few college choices.
He has researched his options, those who have offered or shown an interest, and two schools currently sit atop his list.
"Right now my top is Boise State," Hill said. "I'm currently talking to Washington. They're interested and they want me to possibly go up there next week."
This weekend Hill plans to take an official visit to Boise State. Before he takes his visit he already knows there are plenty of reasons the Broncos are at the top of his list.
"I like their program and what they have been doing academically," Hill said. "The new staff they brought in I think is a good fit. It seems like a good school to me."
Hill believes he is close to a decision, but he is waiting to see what happens with Washington. He has been keeping in touch with assistant head coach Bob Gregory, and he is intrigued by what the Huskies may have to offer.