MSU RB Kylin Hill declares for NFL Draft
After leading the Southeastern Conference in rushing as a junior, Mississippi State Running Back Kylin Hill is ready to make the move from Saturday to Sunday.
Today, Hill announced his decision to declare for the NFL Draft and forego his final year of eligibility in Starkville.
In the same Twitter post, Hill said he would still suit up for the Music City Bowl on December 30th against Louisville, thus ending the collegiate career of the All SEC first teamer who is just 45 yards away from breaking the school’s all-time single season rushing record.
In 2019, Hill put up more than 1,300 yards and 10 touchdowns on the ground on his way to winning the Conerly Trophy last week.
He also has eight 100 yard games in 2019, tied for the Bulldogs single-season high mark.