MONTGOMERY, Ala. | The National Football League (NFL) Operations released the list of draft eligible players that will take part in the first NFL HBCU Combine in Miami (Fla.) later this month.
Former Alabama State safety Joshua Hill was among the list of players who were invited to South Florida March 27-28. Teams can interview participants on the evening of March 27, while on-field workouts will take place during the morning of March 28 at the Dolphins’ practice facility.
Hill finished his Alabama State career playing in 43 games and tallied 188 tackles. He also finished with six interceptions (returning them for 119 yards) with 16 pass breakups. He recorded five tackles for loss, recovering two fumbles and causing three fumbles. He played at least 10 games in each of his four seasons, with his best coming in 2018 when he recorded 61 tackles and recorded a pair of interceptions.
A final schedule and roster of the Regional Combine Invitational will be released at a later date.