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Derrick Hill: Video Report

Derrick Hill: Video Report

McClymonds defensive tackle Derrick Hill is breaking new ground for his hometown of Oakland at the 2006 US Army All American Bowl in San Antonio. Despite the fact that Oakland has long been a hotbed of talent, Hill will become the first Oakland player in the six-year history of the game to represent the city of Oakland.

Hill would have been joined by teammate Josh Tatum this year, but Tatum suffered a knee injury in September. Hill will join the small list of just seven Bay Area players to have played in the annual classic. He'll join 2001 participants Lorenzo Alexander (St. Mary's HS, Berkeley/Cal) and Kevin Simon (De La Salle HS, Concord/Tennessee), 2003 participants Kyle Wright (Monte Vista, Danville...

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