Justice Hill will play four seasons at OSU, Mike Gundy predicts

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Feb 27, 2018
STILLWATER — After his formal Q&A session with reporters on Wednesday, Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy lingered for a few more questions.

Among them: “What is your expectation on Justice Hill? One year from today, is he a participant in Oklahoma State spring practice? Or will he be preparing for the 2019 NFL draft?”

Gundy’s somewhat surprising prediction: Hill will be a Cowboy for two more seasons. He will want to graduate before he leaves for the NFL, Gundy stated.

If that is the case, and if the 5-foot-10, 190-pound Hill remains healthy, he would take aim at a tremendous distinction: He would have a chance to break Thurman Thomas’ 31-year-old program for career rushing yards. In 1984-87, Thomas ran for 5,001.