News:Joe Hill rushed three times for 26 yards and a touchdown versus Toledo on Saturday.
Analysis: With Kerwynn Williams moving on, Joe Hill is probably next in line to be Utah State's starting running back, increasing his fantasy value.
News:Joe Hill rushed six times for 23 yards and a touchdown Saturday versus Idaho.
Analysis: With Kerwynn Williams graduating, Joe Hill is the best bet to step in as Utah State's new lead running back.
News:Joe Hill rushed seven times for 21 yards and a touchdown against UTSA on Saturday. He also caught three passes for 65 yards and a score.
Analysis: After a big opening game, Joe Hill fell off the map, and he only got action in this game after it was well out of hand. This feels like a fluke more than a sign of things to come.
News:Joe Hill had no carries and no receptions Friday against BYU.
Analysis: There is no indication that Joe Hill was injured or benched for some reason, and the Aggies running game just couldn't get going against the Cougars. However, this is just the next step in Hill's slow disappearance from the USU offense after a big game to open the season. Kerwynn Williams is the only Utah State running back worth owning.
News:Joe Hill only got one carry for three yards Saturday against Wisconsin.
Analysis:Joe Hill's three touchdown performance in the season opener feels like a false alarm now. He probably has no value going forward.
News:Joe Hill got zero carries against Utah on Friday, but he did catch one pass for a 15-yard touchdown.
Analysis: In the season opener against Southern Utah, Joe Hill rushed for three scores. So, obviously, his role seems to be a bit up in the air. He's still clearly a backup to Kerwynn Williams, but it remains to be seen just what his role will be.
News:Joe Hill rushed 11 times for 116 yards and three touchdowns Thursday against Southern Utah. He also caught one pass for 17 yards.
Analysis: Kerwynn Williams was expected to be the primary running back for the Aggies this season, but this game, even against an FCS team, could be enough to get Joe Hill more carries. Whether or not he can be a legitimate fantasy asset remains to be seen, however.
News:Joe Hill currently looks like he will be the backup to Kerwyn Williams when the season begins, Tony Jones of the Salt Lake Tribune reports.
Analysis: While Williams will get most of the touches, there should be plenty of opportunities for the number two back as well. If Joe Hill can maintain that position, he could be worth keeping an eye on.