Utah State picked up a verbal commitment last night from Roosevelt High (OR) point guard Terrence Hill. Hill is a 6 foot 3 170-pound senior. He will join the Aggies for the 2024-25 season. It is unclear at press time if Hill has made an official visit to campus. Hill spent his 2022-23 junior season at Compass Prep in Arizona. During 12 games of conference play at Compass Prep, Hill averaged 3.9 points per game while shooting 25.0% from the field, 27.0% from behind the three-point line, and 92.0% at the free-throw stripe. He also pulled in 9 rebounds, handed out 23 assists, swiped 5 steals, and blocked 1 shot. Prior to moving to Compass Prep, Hill was enrolled at Roosevelt High where he led the Roughriders to a 22 and 8 record and he was named second-team all-state as a sophomore. Hill has an elite ability to create for himself and others off-ball screens and in transition. He has already established himself as a playmaker, and he couples his abilities on the floor along with his leadership capabilities to make everyone around him better. He is a floor general in every sense of the phrase. Hill chose the Aggies over offers from Colorado State, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon State, Portland, Portland State, San Francisco, and San Jose State. Hill is the second commitment for the Aggies signing class of 2023-24, joining Lapwai High (ID) WING Kase Wynott.