Kenny Hill has found a new home in professional football, this time in the Canadian Football League.
The former TCU quarterback signed onto the practice roster for the Montreal Alouettes of the CFL, the team announced this week. The news comes after Hill bounced around with a couple of NFL teams this offseason as an undrafted free agent.
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— #AlsMTL (@MTLAlouettes) June 25, 2018
Hill initially signed with the Oakland Raiders right after the draft. He later participated in the Philadelphia Eagles’ rookie minicamp. However, he was unable to secure an invitation to an NFL training camp.
He joins a Montreal organization with plenty of other former undrafted quarterbacks. Starter Drew Willy went undrafted in 2009. Backup Jeff Matthews went undrafted in 2014. Former Oregon quarterback Vernon Adams, who faced TCU in the 2015 Alamo Bowl, is also on the roster after going undrafted in 2016.
Hill completed 67.3 percent of his passes for 3,152 yards, 23 touchdowns and 8 interceptions for TCU in 2017.