Four-and-a-half months after saving Oklahoma State’s season and four months after his dismissal from Oklahoma State’s football and track programs, return man extraordinnaire Tyreek Hill apparently has a new home.
Hill tweeted Thursday he has joined the club at Akron.
Well I’m a Akron Zip now what’s next
— Hill (@ImFasterThanYa) April 16, 2015
Akron has not offered official word on adding Hill.
Named the Big 12 Offensive Newcomer of the Year in 2014, Hill was arrested in December on a felony domestic violence complaint. He was dismissed on the same day news of his arrest came to light.
Hill ranked 17th nationally with 256 punt return yards and placed third in the Big 12 with 740 kickoff return yards while posting three combined return scores. He ranked fourth on the club in receiving with 31 grabs for 281 yards and a touchdown and placed second on the team in rushing with 102 carries for 534 yards and a score.
If official, Akron would mark Hill’s third collegiate home; he played at Garden City (Kan.) Community College before his arrival in Stillwater.