Hill certainly has big-play ability, something the Jets sorely need. He had 49 career catches in three seasons at Georgia Tech, but set the NCAA record by averaging 55.2 yards on his nine touchdown grabs. Hill also averaged 64 yards on his five TD catches last season, topping the single-season NCAA mark of 56.09 yards by Houston's Elmo Wright in 1968.
"They're expecting a lot of things out of me," Hill said the day after he was drafted. "I'm going to come out here Day 1 and just play and gradually get myself to being a great player."
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