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Quiet Hill more vocal on field at linebacker

Football has a strange way of transforming people.

The most reserved people can turn into something completely different when they take the field, especially when they play on the defensive side of the ball.

Count Eisenhower linebacker Akheavin Hill as one of those individuals.

The senior describes himself as "laid-back", and his head coach said he can be relatively quiet. But when he's on the field, the aggression comes out.

On the field, Hill is part of a linebacking corps that is one of the strengths of not just Ike's defense, but the whole team. Off the field, he enjoys watching cartoons like Adventure Time and enjoys eating cereal.

"Oh I'm a big cereal guy," Hill said. "Top three are probably Cap'n Crunch, Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Froot Loops."

On the field, he's a senior and a leader on the defense, though he often lets other players do the talking and chooses to lead by example.

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