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Shaq Hill
WR #18
Eastern Washington

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Signed by the Houston Texans as a college free agent on May 12, 2017.
Signed by the Houston Texans as a college free agent on May 12, 2017.

Played five seasons (2012-16) at Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Wash. after redshirting the 2011 campaign
Granted a medical redshirt for the 2015 season after sustaining an injury in the opener
Became the first Eastern player in school history to see action in four years and win Big Sky titles each year, with a collective record of 46-11 overall and 30-2 in the league.
Played in a school-record 55 games in his career, starting 25 as a wide receiver
Finished with 178 career catches to rank eighth in school history, good for 2,818 yards (seventh) and 32 touchdowns (fifth)
Broke the school record for career kickoff return yards with a total of 2,280 yards

2016 (Eastern Washington):
Earned second team All-America honors from Hero Sports and third team from College Sports Madness
Was also selected to the All-Big Sky Conference first team – the fourth time in his career he was honored by the league
Led the FCS with 17 touchdown catches to go along with 77 receptions for 1,157 yards

2015 (Eastern Washington):
Caught four passes for 49 yards and a touchdown at Oregon (9/5) before sustaining an injury that ended his season

2014 (Eastern Washington):
Earned third team All-Big Sky honors as a wide receiver
Was Eastern’s third-leading receiver with 52 catches for 706 yards and five touchdowns, and also returned 21 kickoffs for a 27.1 average and a touchdown
Played in 12 games, including nine as a starter

2013 (Eastern Washington):
Earned honorable mention All-Big Sky honors as a wide receiver
Started four games as a wide receiver and played in 10 others in Eastern’s regular rotation
Finished with 38 grabs for 790 yards and nine scores, with an average of 20.8 yards per catch

2012 (Eastern Washington):
Member of the College Sports Journal Freshman All-America team and earned honorable mention All-Big Sky Conference honors in 2012
Finished ranked 17th in FCS and third in the Big Sky with an average of 26.8 yards per kickoff return
On EWU’s single-season leaders lists, finished the 2012 season in the top 10 in kickoff returns (third, 34), kickoff return yards (second, 912) and kickoff return average (10th, 26.8)

2011 (Eastern Washington):
Redshirted the season

Attended Brookside Christian High School in Stockton, Calif.
As a senior in 2010, he rushed for 658 yards and seven touchdowns and had 41 receptions for 1,188 yards (29.0 average per catch) and 17 touchdowns
Helped lead Brookside Christian to a its first Sac-Joaquin Section Division VI championship
Parents are Parris and Tish Hill

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