Former 4-star recruit from Prince George’s County charged with attempted murder, 7 other counts

Luke Hill

A former four-star recruit from Prince George’s County is facing an array of charges, including attempted murder, after he allegedly fired a gun at a victim in Accokeek.

Investigators said they found seven .40 caliber shell casings at the scene, and the victim’s mother witnessed the incident.

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Both of them described the car Hill was in, and police tracked him to a residence in Temple Hills.

When he left the home, police pulled him over and arrested him.

Along with first-degree attempted murder, police charged Hill with:

- Possession of a firearm

- Handgun on a person

- Use of assault weapon/magazine

- Firearm use

- Reckless endangerment

- First-degree assault

They say Hill had previously threatened the victim, and after his arrest, investigators found multiple weapons in a closet in his home.

The former St. Frances Academy in Baltimore player had committed to Oregon as a cornerback after receiving scholarship offers from some of the top NCAA football programs in the country, including Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Michigan and Nebraska.