Tyreek Hill Age Height

Tyreek Hill is a Georgia-born American football player. He began playing in the National Football League for the Miami Dolphins at the beginning of the 2022 season. He was a player for the Kansas City Chiefs before that. Prior to entering the NFL, he attended West Alabama University and Oklahoma State University.

Player Bio, Careers in High School and College

On March 1, 1994, Tyreek Hill was born in Pearson, Georgia. The wide receiver’s weight was last recorded at 84 kg, and he is 178 cm tall. He attended Douglas, Georgia’s Coffee High School for his high school education. He played track and field in addition to football, and he was regarded as one of the best sprinters and a top recruit in that sport.

In 2014, he transferred to Oklahoma State University from Garden City Community College. He was kicked off of the school’s teams due to domestic abuse issues. Later on, he moved to the University of West Alabama.

The Miami Dolphins team Florida Dolphins

Wide Position Receiver

Weight: 84 kg; height: 1.78 m

Born On March 1, 1994

Country of OriginThe United States of America

Call sign Cheetah

Group history

Florida Dolphins Miami Dolphins, from 2022 to now

New York Chiefs Chiefs of Kansas City, 2016–2021

Career in Professionals

He entered the 2016 NFL Draft, and the Kansas City Chiefs selected him with the 165th overall pick in the fifth round. The Chiefs faced backlash for selecting him given his prior record of domestic abuse. They gave him a $2.58 million, four-year contract.

He was selected for the Pro Bowl in 2021–2021. Hill was a member of the Chiefs squad that took home the LIV championship. In addition, he was selected for the 2010 NFL All-Decade Team. For three years, he has also been named to the First-team All-Pro.

He was dealt to the Miami Dolphins in 2022.

Profession Highlights:

LIV, the 2019 Super Bowl champion; 2016, 2018; 2020: First teamAll-Pro 2018: The second squad All-Pro Team: 2016–2021; NFL 2010s All-Decade Team; Pro Bowl; PFWA; 2014’s Big 12 Offensive Newcomer of the Year: All-Rookie Team