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Indoor football: Hill key to Blizzard's offensive turnaround

Speedy 4-year veteran has excelled since switch to receiver

9:16 PM, May 17, 2013
Green Bay Blizzard wide receiver B. J. Hill gets away from Texas' Jermaine Love during an April 27 game at the Resch Center.
Green Bay Blizzard wide receiver B. J. Hill gets away from Texas' Jermaine Love during an April 27 game at the Resch Center.
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B.J. Hill is a human pinball when the football is in his hands.

The Green Bay Blizzard veteran's ability to change direction in the blink of an eye has helped him return an Indoor Football League record 12 kickoffs for touchdowns in his four-year career.

Having started the season at defensive back before making a flawless switch to receiver four games into the season, Hill's skill set makes him arguably the best three-way player the franchise has had. ...

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