The overall consensus on former Giants starting safety Will Hill after a Breakout 2013 Season are concerning. Surfing through NYG articles tells the story of a troubled young man who rose to have his greatest professional season playing for the New York Giants just a year ago. An impressive 77 COMB Tackles, 2 Force Fumbles and 2 Interceptions during only his second stint in the NFL shows a player with potential. Hills 2013 campaign starting alongside captain Antrel Rolle on most defensive snaps showed coaches undeniable talent, with off the field issues that turned his future upside down.
After spending his first 4 games on the bench for both the 2012 and 2013 Season due to failed drug tests, Hill is looking at harder time this go around. Several reports indicate Hill may be suspended for up to 6 games after yet another failed drug test, while others predict he will not play a single snap this upcoming season. Even through all the Scrutiny Hill has brought upon himself, whats so ludicrous about him spending his 2014 season as a practice squad player?
Let him receive proper treatment and support, along with a full year to truly get things in order. Several Giants players were noted Supporting Will Hill though this tough time in his life, more worried about him as a person than a football player. The talent is there. For a Class Organization like the Giants to take a chance on a player with zero risk financial risk or current roster complications, there is hope. If Hill can finally figure things out for himself and take hold of the opportunity in front of him, the Giants may have themselves a Starting Caliber Safety for the 2015 season.