Reynaldo Hill (Reynaldo Hill) was born on August 28, 1982 in Pahokee, Florida. After going to high school at Stranahan (FL),Hill spent two seasons at Dodge City Community College before accepting a scholarship to play football at the University of Florida. While playing two seasons at Florida, Hill played in 25 games, recording 12 starts his senior season. He totaled 57 tackles, one interception, and five passes defensed throughout his college career. He was named to the Super Sleeper Team by the NFL Draft Report prior to the 2005 NFL Draft. As a sophomore at Dodge City Community College, he led the NJCAA with 22 passes defensed, and added 57 tackles, three interceptions, two returned kickoffs and one returned punt for touchdowns. As a freshman, he contributed to Dodge City Community College secondary that was ranked first in the nation and also returned 14 punts for 89 yards and scored two touchdowns. Hill also ran track at Dodge City Community College and ranked fifth nationally in the 200 meter dash his sophomore year.Than he accepted a Full scholarship to attended the University of Florida. As senior, started at strong-side cornerback in all 12 contests for Gators and also served on kickoff coverage and punt return teams. Totaled 60 tackles, one interception, five passes defensed, two tackles for loss and one fumble recovery. Was Super Sleeper Team selection by NFL Draft Report. Allowed only one touchdown reception all season and did not allow reception in three contests.
• As junior, participated on special teams in all 13 games and saw action at cornerback in six contests (San Jose State, Miami, Florida A&M, Arkansas, Florida State and Iowa) in first season at Florida. Posted 15 tackles, two forced fumbles and 26-yard kickoff return. Hill made his professional debut in the NFL in 2005 with the Tennessee Titans. He has played for the Tennessee Titans for his entire 2 year career.
Most people believe that 2005 was Reynaldo Hill's best year, as he picked off 3 passes and ran back an interception for a touchdown.
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