Dodge City (Kan.) Community College cornerback Reynaldo Hill has taken two trips and he is still planning on three more.
"I went to Nebraska two weeks ago," the 6-foot-1, 185-pound Hill said. "Then I went to Mississippi State on the 15th of November. I had a real good time on both visits. Nebraska needs some help at corner and Mississippi State is losing Korey Banks. So they have a need, too."
The visit schedule for Hill, Rivals100.com's No. 6 rated non-high school prospect, includes visits to Tennessee (Nov. 29), Kansas State (Dec. 6) and South Carolina (Dec. 13).
"My two favorites right now are Nebraska and Tennessee," Hill said. "I'm still considering K-State quite a bit too. I've always liked the SEC, though. I grew up in that country, so that is something that I have in my mind when I'm looking at these schools."
Hill is focusing on finding a school that will give him the best opportunity to continue his career after two more seasons.
"I want to go someplace I can play and get good exposure to show my ability. Hopefully I can play well enough to get a shot at the pros when I'm done with college."