Detroit Cass Tech safety Delano Hill committed to Iowa last April, but has continued to see his stock rise through the spring and early fall. Before National Signing Day arrives, the four-star prospect plans to officially visit one other school.
"I was talking about taking a visit to Pittsburgh, but I don't have it set up yet," Lile said. "That's the only [other] team that is still recruiting me right now."
There was talk that Hill may be joined on that official visit to Pittsburgh by one or more of his Cass Tech teammates, but the plan is for him to visit the school solo at this time. He is looking to see how the school matches up to his expectations.
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"I have been talking to them for a minute and I just want to see how it is," Hill said. "The coaching staff sounds like good people, so I want to see how it goes down there."
Cass Tech will play in the state semifinals this weekend, and Hill's official visit to Pittsburgh will take place once his senior season is complete. His motivation for seeing the Panthers is not a result of discontent with Iowa.
"There isn't anything wrong with Iowa, I just want to see this school and see how it is," Hill said. "It will be real tough to turn my attention from the Hawkeyes."
Hill plans to take his official visit to Iowa in January. He maintains close contact with their coaching staff, including head coach Kirk Ferentz and area-recruiter Erik Campbell. He also keeps tabs on his former teammate, Ruben Lile, who is a freshman for the Hawkeyes.
"They are still confident and have been saying the same things since day one," Hill said. "Ruben said he is into it and is liking it real well now."