Tyreek Hill is an extensive American football recipient for the captains of the Kansas City National Football Federation. Hill was drafted by Kansas City Heads in the fifth round of Draft NFL 2016. He attended Garden City Community College, Oklahoma State University and Western Alabama University. Hill was mostly an expert back when he was a rookie, but later switched to wide-range receivers. After his rookie year, he received the nickname "Cheetah" related to his speed. He was named to the NFL All-Decade team in 2010 as a paid athlete.
|Date of birth||March 1, 1994|
|Place of birth||Pearson, Georgia|
|High school||Coffee, (Douglas, Georgia)|
|NFL Draft||2016 / Round: 5/ Pick: 165|
Wide receiver and kick return specialist who debuted in the NFL in 2016 with the Kansas City Chiefs. In each of his first four NFL seasons, he was named to the Pro Bowl, and he helped the Chiefs win Super Bowl LIV.
He ran track in high school and was voted "High School Athlete of the Year" by Track and Field News in 2012. He was named to the USA Today All-American track and field team the same year.
Following a domestic violence charge, he was removed from Oklahoma State's football and track teams. His college career would be completed at the University of West Alabama. Despite the fact that his draft stock suffered as a result of the arrest, the Chiefs selected him in the fifth round after he ran a 4.29 second 40-yard sprint.
Virginia Hill is his mother's name. During his tenure at Oklahoma State, he became a father.
In 2016, he joined the Chiefs' receiving corps alongside Jeremy Maclin.
The soccer players of Garden City Broncbusters. West Alabama Tigers football team players. Oklahoma State Cowboys football player. Male African American athlete. Male college track and field athletes in the United States. South American Sprinter