Acquired: Re-signed on Dec. 7, 2012. Originally signed as a free agent on July 21, 2009 and signed a contract extension on Apr. 13, 2011.
2012: (Edmonton) In 18 games (18 starts), Hill racked up 80 defensive tackles (one for a loss), three special teams tackles, four knockdowns, two forced fumbles, and one interception he returned for a 32-yard touchdown. He also started the Eastern Division semifinal and registered seven defensive tackles.
2011: (Edmonton) Hill played 14 games (14 starts) at linebacker, recording 62 defensive tackles, five special teams tackles, a team-leading three fumble recoveries, two knockdowns and two interceptions for 87 yards, including a 71-yarder against B.C. on July 16. He missed four games mid-season with a shoulder injury he suffered in the Labour Day rematch. He returned to the lineup on Oct. 10. Hill also started the Western Division semifinal recording four defensive tackles and an interception. Hill started the Western Division final recording three defensive tackles.
2010: (Edmonton) Hill played 18 games (18 starts) and ended the season as the team's leading tackler with 91 defensive tackles. He added three quarterback sacks, eight special teams tackles, three tackles for losses (six yards), two knockdowns, three interceptions for 36 yards including a 18-yard touchdown, a forced fumble, and a team-leading two fumble recoveries (18 yards). He was the Eskimos nominee for Most Outstanding Defensive Player.
Career: Hill came to the CFL in 2007 with Montreal and posted a team-leading 80 tackles (69 defensive, 11 special teams). In 2008, Hill led the Alouettes with 87 tackles (84 defensive; three special teams) and four sacks. He was named an East Division All-Star. In 2009 Hill attended training camp with Montreal and was released on June 19. He was signed by Edmonton and finished the season tied for the team-lead in defensive tackles with 62 and led the team with four interceptions for 153 yards and two touchdowns. On Sept. 26 against Saskatchewan he had two interceptions including a 59-yarder he returned for his first career touchdown. He had another interception for a 58-yd TD on Oct 30 against Toronto. Prior to joining the Alouettes, Hill spent four seasons (2003-2006) with the Arena Football League’s Las Vegas Gladiators. He attended training camp with the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs in 2002.
College: Hill finished his college career with 245 tackles and 15 interceptions over 42 games for the Northeastern Huskies. He's one of only two players in school history to receive First-Team All-Atlantic 10 honours as a junior. He majored in Psychology. He attended Rosa Parks School (Paterson, NJ ), a performing arts institution, and was named the school's top student for the 1997-98 academic year. He was captain of the basketball, baseball and football teams. He also played saxophone for eight years in the jazz band. Hill acted in the movie Invincible.