College: Oklahoma State | Rookie
Height: 5'10" | Weight: 200 lbs
Birth Date: 11/14/1997
Depth Chart: RB1.3
2019 Bye Week: 8
Total Pts: 14.5
Avg Pts: 1.61
Rank: 83 RB
|Week 1||2.70||Justice Hill 27 rushing yds (2.70 pts)|
|Week 2||2.40||Justice Hill 4 rushing yds (0.40 pts)|
Justice Hill 10 receiving yds (1.00 pts)
Justice Hill 1 reception (1.00 pts)
|Week 3||0.10||Justice Hill 1 rushing yd (0.10 pts)|
|Week 4||3.70||Justice Hill 8 rushing yds (0.80 pts)|
Justice Hill 9 receiving yds (0.90 pts)
Justice Hill 2 receptions (2.00 pts)
|Week 5||0.70||Justice Hill 7 rushing yds (0.70 pts)|
|Week 6||3.10||Justice Hill 31 rushing yds (3.10 pts)|
|Week 9||0.70||Justice Hill 7 rushing yds (0.70 pts)|
|Week 10||1.10||Justice Hill 11 rushing yds (1.10 pts)|
|Week 11||1.60||- projected|
|Playoff Week 1|
|Playoff Week 2|
Baltimore Ravens running back Justice Hill returned two kicks for 21 yards but did not record a carry in Sunday's Week 7 win against the Seahawks. Hill has 18 rushing attempts for 78 yards in 2019 and has been a non-factor in fantasy. In the event that running back Mark Ingram misses time, it will be Gus Edwards who will see the bulk of carries. Keep the rookie off your rosters moving forward.
Baltimore Ravens running back Justice Hill had 31 yards on five carries in the win over Cincinnati on Sunday. With Lamar Jackson going crazy on the Bengals Defense by rushing for 152 yards and a touchdown on 19 attempts, Hill continued to play second fiddle to Gus Edwards, who had just three more yards than the former. Nonetheless, outside of dynasty formats, Hill has relatively no fantasy value at the moment, with that likely to continue until either Mark Ingram or Edwards goes down with an injury.
Baltimore Ravens running back Justice Hill was limited to 27 rushing yards and no touchdowns on seven carries in Week 1 against the Miami Dolphins. The Ravens gave the ball to all three backfield options in the opening drive against Miami and it's clear they will be looking to utilize all three as the season progresses. There's no question that Hill will get touches, but Baltimore may look to push the ball through the middle of the Cardinals front line with talented outside linebackers Terrell Suggs and Chandler Jones helping Arizona's edge. This type of game plan would result in running backs Mark Ingram and Gus Edwards seeing the bulk of touches to start. Hill can be played as an RB3/4 in Week 2 with the most touchdown potential going to Ingram and Edwards.
Baltimore Ravens rookie running back Justice Hill is in a favorable position to get a lot of touches this season. The fourth-round pick is labeled as the team's third running back on the depth chart going into Sunday's game against the Dolphins but offers a uniquely different running style than Mark Ingram and Gus Edwards. Ingram will be the starter utilized to break tackles and wear out defenses while Edwards can be used as a ground-and-pound back once defenses start getting tired. Hill's change-of-pace speed and versatility add great balance to the Ravens run-heavy offense. He looks to be locked as a rotational back with third-down opportunities. Baltimore plays a Dolphins Defense that gave up the second-most rushing yards in the league last year and could end up being a bottom-five defense at the end of 2018. Hill goes into Sunday's matchup as an appealing flex option.
Baltimore Ravens rookie running back Justice Hill gained a total of eight yards on seven carries in Thursday night's preseason game against Philadelphia. After rushing for 49 yards and a touchdown in Baltimore's Week 2 preseason matchup against Green Bay, Thursday night's Week 3 performance was unimpressive. While Hill's individual performance may not have been exciting, the entire Ravens backfield only rushed for 40 yards altogether. Hill is fighting for touches in a crowded backfield and needs to put together a good outing in next week's last preseason game to help solidify his No. 2 spot behind Mark Ingram. Hill is currently being drafted in the 12th round, but we have seen him go as early as the eighth round. Draft him as an Ingram handcuff with potential for an exponential amount of touches as the season goes on.
Baltimore Ravens rookie running back Justice Hill caught a short pass from quarterback Lamar Jackson and darted upfield, causing two Eagles defenders to collide in Monday's joint practice. Hill is the Ravens leading rusher after the first two weeks of the preseason, amassing 82 yards on 20 carries. According to the Baltimore Beatdown, Hill forced a missed tackle on nine of 12 touches in Baltimore's Week 2 game against Green Bay. Hill's running style is intriguing; he's lightning-fast, he breaks tackles and he can catch the ball well. The first-year back currently sits fourth on the Ravens depth chart and likely won't see a ton of touches at the start of the season, but keep him on your radar toward the end of your drafts. He's being picked up in the 12th round of most drafts and poses as an exciting sleeper to handcuff to Mark Ingram.
Baltimore Ravens rookie running back Justice Hill saw plenty of action in Thursday's preseason win over the Jaguars, carrying the ball 10 times for 33 yards while catching two passes for 16 yards. The Ravens clearly wanted to see what Hill could do in this one, and while it wasn't the most impressive performance, it was encouraging to see him used in the passing game. The Ravens project to be a run-heavy team this year, so Hill should get chances, and if he can get involved as a third-down back, he'll be a valuable mid-round pick in PPR leagues.