Dominic Hill is hoping to see his streak of raised production for the Kent State Golden Flashes continue into his senior season.

The 6-foot, 277-pound junior nose tackle had arguably his best season since arriving in Ohio this year, registering 15 tackles and the first sack of his career, according to ESPN. His best game of the year came in September against Ole Miss when he finished with four tackles, one for a loss, and a sack.

Over his first two seasons, Hill recorded 26 tackles, 13 of them of the solo variety.

Hill arrived at Kent State from Boswell High, where he was second-team all-state as a senior after finishing with 58 tackles and six sacks. In all, he was a three-year all district performer at Boswell, including as a junior when he recorded 43 tackles.

Hill was also tabbed team captain during his time at Boswell and in his first season was named freshman of the year.

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