David Hill, Jr. (born July 28, 1977) is a former American football Wide Receiver/Linebacker for the Detroit Fury and the Austin Wranglers in the Arena Football League. Hill previously coached at Florida A & M University where he developed two NFL Wide Receivers. Hill is now the Wide Receivers Coach at Holmes Community College. While at Holmes, Hill developed All-American and New York Jets Wide Receiver Jonathan Rumph.
In May 2011, he was inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame. He was also a four sport athlete. He appeared on the first ever Arena Football 2006 video game by EA Sports.
EUFAULA HIGH SCHOOL (AL) UNDER HEAD COACH RUSH PROPST
Blue Chip All-American
5A Player of the Year in Alabama
5A Offensive Player of the Year in Alabama
#1 ranked receiver in the state of Alabama
#3 ranked receiver in the country by Southeast Sports
Pepsi "Player of the Year"
Coca Cola "Player of the Year"
Alabama vs. Mississippi All-Star Game
Gatorade "Player of the Year"
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