Tyreek Hill Biography (Age, Education)
Hill was born Tyreek D’Shaun Hill on March 1, 1994, in Lauderhill, Florida, raised by single mother, Virginia Hill, in Fort Lauderdale. Hill moved to Georgia where he began high school at Coffee High School. In high school, Hill’s athletic side became immediately apparent. He had the most success in athletics and setting several records. Hill’s most successful season in high school was his junior year in 2012. At the Georgia 5A national meet, Hill won both the 100m and 200m events.
His 100m is the fastest clocked at 10.19, the second fastest by a junior athlete in the 2012 season. Hill had been named a “high school high school athlete” in 2012 by Track and Field News.
After graduating from high school, Tyreek Hill then went to Garden City Community College, where he continued to run and play football. His football skills immediately caught the attention of other schools and Hills, attached to Oklahoma State University. Hill was doing well for the team until his domestic violence arrest saw him fired from the team.
Luckily for Hill, he was considered for a spot on the team of University of West Alabama head coach Brett Gilliland, who, of course, initially rejected him after learning the details of his case. domestic violence. However, he was confident it would have been otherwise after getting to know Hill personally and consulting his former schools for a thorough background check.
As graduation approached, the Hill footballer’s future looked very uncertain. The issue of domestic violence meant that few teams would be interested in him. However, the Kansas City Chiefs came to his rescue, selecting him in the fifth round (165th overall) in the 2016 NFL Draft. Hill’s choice was inevitably controversial due to the 2014 domestic violence case. However, the Chiefs’ management cleared the air with an impromptu press conference explaining why they took a chance on Tyreek Hill. They said they did a thorough check on his story, including talking to the prosecutor who handled the case.
His contract signed on May 17, 2016 was a four-year deal worth approximately $2.6 million, with a guarantee of $100,000 and a signing bonus of $70,000.
Despite the scandal, Tyreek Hill did well to keep his head in his game and deservedly won several awards including being named in the 2016 Pro Bowl as a comeback specialist. He made it to the Pro Bowl again in 2017.
Tyreek Hill may be dating someone else now, but his most popular girlfriend will long be Crystal Espinal, the one he physically assaulted while they were dating Oklahoma State.
The story goes that Hill and her 20+8 week pregnant Crystal were together at Hill’s apartment when Crystal received a text that Hill hit some high school girls. When she confronted Hill with the allegations, he threw her phone in the hallway and pushed her out of her bedroom. Barely dressed, Crystal entered the house to get dressed and left but Hill attacked her aggressively, choking her and punching her in the stomach. She filed charges and Hill pleaded guilty to all of them.
Facing at least a year behind bars, Hills was lucky to get away with three years of probation. He was also ordered to take anger management classes, a domestic violence assessment and a program for abusers. Tyreek did well not to default on any command. Crystal would later give birth to a baby. There doesn’t appear to be a conflict between Hill and his ex-girlfriend who wrote in a 2015 Twitter reply to an Oklahoma State fan; “I am the person he attacked. If I can let go, so can you.
In his first two seasons in the NFL, Tyreek Hill’s career stats are as follows:
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According to his profile on the official website of the National Football League, Tyreek Hill is 5ft 10in which is the equivalent of 1.78m. Also, he weighs 185 pounds, about 84 kg.