Jhevon Hill, a safety from Cajon HS in San Bernardino, became the first member of UCLA Football’s 2018 recruiting class this morning when he committed to the program on Twitter.
Committed to the University of... pic.twitter.com/Na5vQezkqp— VonDaChamp (@longlivejhevon) March 8, 2017
The unedited text of Hill’s announcement states:
First and foremost i would like to give thanks to God, my family, coaches, friends and the Ground Zero organization for believing in me & guiding me while on this journey. I would like to give a special thanks to my parents, without them half of this stuff wouldn’t have been able to happen and I wouldn’t be where I am today without them. I’d like to thank all of the coaches and programs that offered and recruited me. With that being said i would like to thank Coach meat and the entire Ucla coaching staff for making me feel welcomed ! After discussing this big decision with my family, I am ALL IN and happy to Join my Ground Zero brothers as A Bruin, therefore i’ve decided to commit to my childhood dream school which is The University of California Los Angeles !!!!
Hill is 6’3” tall and weighs 185 pounds. He has a 247Sports composite ranking of 3 stars.
And, here are his sophomore year highlights:
Hill was also being recruited by Utah, Washington State, UC Berkeley, New Mexico and Utah State.
Welcome to Westwood, Jhevon!