Shaun Hill

Shaun Hill (born on Jan. 20, 1980 in Parsons, Kansas) is an NFL quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers. He was signed by the Minnesota Vikings in 2002 as an undrafted free agent. He played his entire career with the Vikings up until 2006. He attended the University of Maryland.


He took his first career snaps on the final two plays of the 2005 NFL season, taking a knee both times. He took over for third string quarterback Spergon Wynn, who was cut from the team in favor of Hill.

College Career
Hill led the Maryland Terrapins to the 2001 Orange Bowl.

High School Career
He was a three-year starter at QB and 2-year starter at FS at Parsons Senior High School. He was a two-time All-Southeast Kansas 1st-team selection and an honorable mention All-State as a senior. He lettered in basketball, baseball and track and was a three-time All-SEK 1st-team choice in basketball, as a team captain, he earned All-State honors 3 years and guided the team to the state tournament as a junior and senior. Hill also qualified for the state track meet as a senior.

Hill was a kinesiology major at Maryland. He participated in several Viking Children's Fund events and has supported the Muscular Dystrophy Association. He joined former Vikings Head Coach Mike Tice as a former Terrapin QB and was teammates at Maryland with current Vikings Linebacker E.J. Henderson. Hill kept a weekly journal chronicling his adventures in Europe for fans on former team's website,

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