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Hills gives LSU coaches lots of options

Everyone loves options and college football coaches are no exception. That is exactly why Miami (Fla.) Palmetto athlete Joseph Hills is so highly coveted by coaches because he gives them so many options as to where to line him up on the field.

Hills, a 6-4, 212-pounder with 4.6 speed, plays primarily wide receiver and safety at the prep level but he has the body and athleticism to play not only thode two positions but also linebacker when he makes the leap to the college level. LSU has always been one of Hills' favorites and this past weekend he took an official visit to see first-hand everything... Recommended Stories

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