2 Walter Hill
Walter Hill


Randallstown, Md.

High School:
St. Paul's School (USMAPS)

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 189

Wide Receiver



Veteran wide receiver who harbors great wealth of talent ... put forth productive spring campaign ... efficiency continues to increase as comfort level within head coach Bobby Ross' system rises ... runs precise routes ... boasts soft hands ... capable of snaring ball in traffic ... valuable possession receiver ... features ability to get behind secondary ... tough blocker on perimeter ... expected to shoulder increased role this fall ... enters preseason camp listed as top backup to projected starter Jacob Murphy at one of two wideout spots ... valuable component in Army's receiving rotation ... enhances overall depth greatly ... logged quality playing time throughout first two seasons at Academy ... product of USMA Prep School ... two-year letterman.

2004: Appeared in all 11 contests ... drew two starting assignments ... started games against Connecticut and TCU ... stint with lead cast against Huskies marked first of career ... came off bench during opening two contests ... relegated to reserve status against Cincinnati ... finished year with five receptions for 89 yards ... averaged 17.5 yards per catch ... registered season-high two receptions for 18 yards in home defeat of Cincinnati ... pulled down season-long 35-yard catch opposite TCU ... play set up an Army touchdown ... snared 23-yard pass versus Louisville ... hauled in 13-yard strike at Connecticut.

2003: Drew field duty in 12 of Army's 13 outings ... sat out Cincinnati contest ... listed seventh on team with 18 receptions ... averaged 8.6 yards per catch ... snared first touchdown catch of career against UAB ... hauled in 27-yard scoring aerial from QB Zac Dahman ... that catch stood as his season long ... also accounted for only score ... registered season highs of four receptions and 52 yards versus Blazers ... pulled down three catches for 36 yards at Hawai'i ... also notched three receptions, for 21 yards, against TCU ... enjoyed two-reception days versus Rutgers, Louisville and Navy ... caught one pass for three yards against Connecticut in collegiate debut ... one of five freshmen to earn varsity letter.

High School: Lettered four times each in baseball and football at St. Paul's School in Brooklandville, Md. ... played for head coach Brian Abbott ... also earned three letters in basketball ... named all-state on gridiron ... voted to Super 22 football team ... set single season school record for receptions (52) as a senior ... selected all-county in both football and baseball ... scored school-record 85 runs in baseball career ... preseason all-state selection in baseball prior to senior year ... helped hardwood team to conference championship.

Personal: Born Jan. 13, 1984 ... given name is Walter Wallace Hill III ... parents' names are Walter and Barbara Hill ... enjoys fishing and playing cards in spare time ... underwent life-saving brain surgery when he was six weeks old ... told he would never play football ... majoring in Management.


Year G-GS No. Yds. Avg. TD Long/Opp. 2003 12-0 18 155 8.6 1 27/UAB 2004 11-2 5 89 17.8 0 35/TCU Totals 23-2 23 244 10.6 1 35/TCU

Receptions: 4 vs. UAB, 11-1-03
Receiving Yards: 52 vs. UAB, 11-1-03
TDs Receiving: 1 vs. UAB, 11-1-03
Long Reception: 35 vs. TCU, 10-2-04

Knight Vision


SHOP NOW at the
Official Online Store




    Click Here