The man, myth, and legend was listed as a starter against LSU as a true freshman merely months after arriving on campus after a two-year hiatus.
Hill has been electric in practice in nearly every facet, and appears to be a star in the making. He only played in about 10 snaps against LSU, with one target where he came down hard after trying to catch a contested pass near the side lines.
However, Hill was open over the middle on one of the Keon Coleman touchdown receptions. This Southern Mississippi game would be a great time to get him in the box score with a few receptions and possibly even his first FSU touchdown or kickoff return.
The more experience and confidence Hill can capture, the more valuable he’ll become as the season progresses.
A quadruplet of Keon Coleman, Johnny Wilson, Jaheim Bell, and Destyn Hill playing at optimal levels?
That’s going to be incredibly difficult for any defense to stop, not to mention the running game options that will help get those guys open.