#STRecruiting: #Clemson coaches like what they saw from 2025 QB Antwann Hill

Antwann Hill

One of the region’s top quarterback prospects for the 2025 recruiting cycle threw for the Clemson coaches during Dabo Swinney’s high school camp, and now he’s hopeful an offer will follow.

Antwann “AJ” Hill is a 6-5, 215-pound 2025 signal caller out of Warner Robins (GA) Houston County that boasts 26 offers, including Alabama, Auburn, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Miami, Notre Dame, Tennessee, and Texas A&M among others.

Hill visited Clemson’s camp with his father to throw for the Clemson coaches, including new offensive coordinator Garrett Riley.

“Being coached by Coach Riley, one of the best officer coordinators probably in college football, was a great experience,” Hill said. “Just being around them, see how they coach, see how they coach up their players and stuff. Really just learning some more game from them.”

Hill threw in front of several Clemson coaches and staff members, and it wasn’t long before Swinney dropped by to soak in the experience. However, the added attention didn’t appear to faze Hill.

“No sir. It doesn’t make me nervous,” he said. “I mean, I just know I got to put on the show for them, and I feel like that’s what I do every time. I feel like I showed them I can throw short, long, intermediate throws. I can get a ball out quick.”

After his session, Hill spent time eating with coaches.

“They really just told me to bear with them and they’re going to talk about me as a staff and most likely offer me in a couple of weeks or something,” Hill relayed. “I’m just waiting on it. I think they will offer. They told me I am on their radar.”

He also pointed out that he’s still got a few stops to make this summer.

“I don’t think I’m going to LSU or Miami. Because the week of Miami, I have the Future 50, so I am not going to be able to go to that,” he detailed. “I’m going to be at Georgia on Thursday for the UGA 717 count my team. But really, we are locked in on high school ball.”

Hill said a Clemson offer would put the Tigers in a top group, and he hopes to make it back to campus for a game this fall. He plans to make a decision sometime after the season.

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