Kasim Hill was a highly-touted pro-style quarterback out of high school and was expected to be the next big thing for Maryland football. But after two ACL injuries and a coaching change, Hill decided to transfer from the Terrapins program.

Now, Hill has found a new home, and it’s in SEC country. The former four-star gunslinger has committed to Tennessee, according to 247Sports’ Steve Wiltfong.

Hill made an immediate impact for the Terrapins when he arrived in 2017, playing in each of his first three games with the program. However, he suffered a season-ending knee injury in a loss to UCF, halting his year early.

In 2018, Hill made 10 starts at Maryland, but again suffered a season-ending ACL injury before the final two games. He was far less mobile last fall, in large part because of the knee injury from the year prior. Still, he threw for 1,083 yards and nine touchdowns with just four interceptions.

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Over his 13 career games with the Terrapins, Hill threw for 1,313 yards and rushed for an additional 45 yards. He accounted for 12 total touchdowns with Maryland.

Tennessee finished last season with a 5-7 record.