Photos from the Rice Owls' 41-21 victory over North Texas (Oct. 25, 2014)
Fixture in the Owls defensive backfield for the last four years.
Playing with a cast due to a broken wrist, but broke up a pair of passes and was credited with a season high four tackles vs. NT... Credited with his first career sack vs. FIU... Second on the team with six career interceptions... Picked off his sixth vs. Texas A&M... Candidate for the 2014 AFCA Good Works Team... Leads the current Owls with 34 career starts and second on team with 48 career games... Rice nominee for the AFCA Good Works Team for his 2013 "Team Joyce" effort to raise money of now-retired football office administrative assistant Joyce Rannals which raised nearly $11,000.
Picked off a career-high three passes and finished sixth on the squad with 50 tackles while making 14 starts at safety... Picked up his first career TFL for a loss of seven yards vs. Kansas... Broke up a pair of passes and shared a TFL vs. Houston.
Started 12 of 13 games in 2012, the first seven at strong safety before moving back to corner when Bryce Callahan was injured... Returned to safety when Callahan returned for the Armed Forces Bowl... Finished sixth on the team with 42 tackles (33 solo), forced one fumble and recovered another, broke up three passes and picked of one... Top tackle game was seven vs. Marshall.
Credited with four tackles at Northwestern... Picked up his first career pass breakup at Houston... Credited with a season-best three tackles vs. Tulsa... Picked off his first career pass vs. Memphis late in the game to foil the Tigers' final attempt to reach the end zone... Made his debut at Texas in the opener... Credited with his first career tackle at Southern Miss... Made a rapid progression up the cornerback depth chart in his first camp to earn immediate playing time.
Frisco Liberty High School
Two-time All District 9-4A selection for coach Galen Zimmerman ... Led the Red Hawks to the state playoffs for the first two times in school history, reaching the Region 2 semifinals each time... Had 74 career receptions for 997 yards and 14 TDs, while rushing for 1,495 yards and 12 TDs in his career... Earned all-district honors in basketball as a point guard and was the district Freshman of the Year... A member of Dave Campbell's Texas Football Top 300 and tabbed as one of the top 25 wide receivers... Served on the student council and a member of the National Technical Honor Society and the National Society of High School Scholars.
Full name: Malcolm Alexander Hill... Born: Nov. 11, 1992 in Plano... Son of Bobby Hill Jr. and Sandra Hill (two brothers, one sister)... Sport Management major... Rice College: Lovett.