After three great seasons at Oklahoma State, Justice Hill has played his last game in the orange and black. Head Coach Mike Gundy and Hill announced the news on Twitter on Monday morning.
Justice Hill and Larry Williams will not participate in the bowl game to pursue future endeavors. We wish both young men the best moving forward. #okstate— Mike Gundy (@CoachGundy) December 3, 2018
Hill will finish with 3,539 rushing yards and 31 total touchdowns for his career. He only appeared in 10 games during his Junior campaign and it was the only season he didn’t eclipse 1,000 yards rushing for the season.
Always a Cowboy pic.twitter.com/xscDUJNHi1— Justice Hill (@jhill21_) December 3, 2018
While there was some thought that Hill might come back for his senior year, this is not too much of a surprise. Running backs have a short life span in the NFL, and he should go have his career while he still can. Best of luck to him in his career!
Also, best of luck to Larry Williams in his career as well! His career was up and down due to injuries, but he exemplified the Cowboy Culture through his time in Stillwater!