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6-3 / 253
2006: Fifth-year senior Julian Hill is expected to replace 2005 All-Big 12 performer Montez Murphy at defensive end and is listed No. 1 opposite Marcus Foreman after a solid spring ... Came to Baylor as a walk-on but has since earned a scholarship ... Four career starts to his credit.
2005: Appeared in 10 games as a junior and was credited with 22 tackles (seven solos), 2.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, two pass breakups and a fumble recovery ... Closed season with six straight multi-tackle performances ... Tallied a career-high tying four tackles (one solo), a sack and his first career fumble recovery at Oklahoma ... Also had four tackles, all assisted, against Nebraska ... Did not play at Texas A&M ... Saw action on 229 snaps to earn his third varsity letter.
2004: Started four games at defensive tackle and played in nine contests to receive second letter ... Totaled nine tackles, five of which were solos ... Had a career-high four tackles (two solos) at Nebraska and recorded both his first career tackle for loss and sack ... Also had two tackles at No. 25 Oklahoma State and against No. 2 Oklahoma ... Made first career start at No. 5 Texas and went on to start each of the Bears' next three outings (vs. Missouri, at Nebraska, vs. Iowa State) ... Saw action on 208 plays.
2003: Appeared in six games, making four tackles (three solo) to earn his first varsity letter ... Credited with a career-high two tackles (one solo) at Kansas ... Missed six games due to injury.
2002: Redshirted as a true freshman walk-on ... Spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll member.
High School: Cinco Ranch High School, Katy, Texas ... Played tight end and defensive end for the Cougars ... Earned a pair of letters in basketball ... One of prep teammates was former Baylor offensive lineman Nick Pace ... Active in the Future Business Leaders of America ... Coached by Don Clayton at the District 19-5A school.
Personal: The son of Louis N. Hill and Rose Matthews, Julian Brandon Hill was born April 16, 1984, in Houston ... Speech communications major would like to become a professional vocalist.
HILL's Single-Game Bests
Tackles: 4, three times
Solo Tackles: 2, four times
Tackles for Loss: 1, three times
Sacks: 1, twice
Pass Breakups: 2 vs. Texas Tech, Oct. 29, 2005
Fumble Recoveries: 1 at Oklahoma, Oct. 22, 2005
HILL'S Career Statistics