NFL quarterback most widely known for his years as an associate of the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA 49ers and Detroit Lions. He received the Ed Stop Courage Prize, as voted on by his Lions teammates, in 2011. He majored in Kinesiology on the School of Maryland. Being a senior on the School of Maryland, he led the Terrapins with their first Atlantic Coastline Conference tournament since 1985. His dad, Ted Hill, passed away in 2011. He and Boomer Esiason both began at quarterback for the Maryland Terrapins.