In recent weeks, defensive tackle Trysten Hill has been shooting up boards. When you look at his pure talent, it’s easy to see why. Hill is a smooth athlete who fires off the snap and causes major issues in the opponent’s backfield.
However, there are questions about him outside of his ability. According to Lance Zierlein of NFL.com, Hill’s football character and overall maturity need to be delved into before making him a part of an NFL roster.
"“He’s the most talented and impactful defensive lineman on the team, but concerns over his football character and maturity have hindered his standing on the team at times. Despite starting just once this season, Hill was a gap bandit who disrupted running games and spent time harassing quarterbacks with consistent effort and hustle. He needs to get stronger and play with better control, but his get-off and athletic hands/feet should make him a rotational one-gapper if the maturity and coachability check out.” — Zierlein, NFL.com"
Having said that, Cleveland would be a good landing spot for him as he could start his career in a rotation behind two quality starters who could help him develop into a starter himself.