2012-13/sophomore at Illinois State
Started 26 of all 33 games played Made his first-collegiate start at No. 5 Louisville (Dec. 1), and then started Illinois State's final 25 games Named to the Valley Most-Improved Team after significantly increasing all of his game averages as a sophomore compared to his freshman season (+5.7 points, +2.9 rebounds, +2.6 assists, +1.1 steals and +17.9 minutes) Tied his career-rebounding high, with nine boards in the Valley Tournament win over Northern Iowa (March 8) Scored 15 points, with seven rebounds and two assists in the win over Missouri State (Feb. 27) Played a career-best 37 minutes, with 19 points, seven rebounds and four assists in the win at No. 16 Creighton (Feb. 9) Recorded his second-highest career scoring output with 18 points in the win over Indiana State (Jan. 23) Earned scoring and rebounding career highs with 24 points and nine rebounds in the loss to Drake (Jan. 12) Netted 14 points on six field goal attempts in the loss at Missouri State (Jan. 8) Grabbed a season-best four steals in the win over Morgan State (Dec. 16) Collected a career-high 10 assists and grabbed six rebounds in the win over Western Michigan (Dec. 8) Made his first-career start at No. 5 Louisville in place of injured Kaza Keane (Dec. 1) Recorded six assists and scored eight points in the loss at No. 5 Louisville Attempted eight field goals in an 11-point effort during the win over Fairleigh Dickinson (Nov. 20) Scored 13 points, including a clutch free throw in overtime, to lift ISU over Drexel (Nov. 15).
2011-12/freshman at Illinois State
Played in 27 games, all as a reserve Role diminished during the end of the season Scored seven points against Creighton (Jan. 13), but was ejected with 24.4 seconds left in the game after an unsportsmanlike foul Only scored two points against Northern Iowa (Dec. 29), but it was a thunderous dunk through three defenders to end the first half Lost part of his front tooth in the first half against UNC Wilmington (Dec. 3), but returned in the second half and finished with six points on 3-for-5 shooting Sank his first career three-point attempt in the game against Bethune-Cookman (Nov. 27) and finished with three points Posted the first double-digit scoring game of his career with 11 points in just 13 minutes of play against Lipscomb (Nov. 19) In his college debut, finished with four points and five rebounds at Fresno State (Nov. 11) The sixth player in Illinois State history with the last name of Hill, including the fifth since the 1998 season.
at Glenbard East High School
Led the Rams to a school-record 28-4 mark and a third-place finish at the 2011 Illinois High School Association (IHSA) Class 4A State Tournament Tossed in 34 points against Naperville Central in the 2011 regional and added a 32-point game against Rockford Auburn in the super sectional Finished his career with 1,388 points Averaged 20.9 points and 5.4 rebounds per game during his senior season Two-time all-state and all-conference selection Averaged 16 points, six rebounds and four steals per game as a junior Coached by Scott Miller.
Born February 22, 1992 Son of Anthony Lane and Gina Hill Major: apparel, merchandising and design Second youngest of five siblings.