Athletes who hunt take a risk when they publicize their passion for the outdoors. Some of the best golfers in history have been avid hunters yet they kept that past-time to themselves to avoid controversy. George Hill doesn’t hide his love for hunting and the outdoors as you will see in this video.
The message of this video is about Hill and his hunts, yet you will see some great products along the way like Yeti Coolers, Vortex scopes, Alps Outdoorz, Traeger Grills, Browning, WileyX , and especially a SilencerCo suppressor. These unique devices are legal in all 50 states, and you can expect to see more and more of them in use. Listen as Hill takes two shots and notice how soft the sound of the rifle becomes.
Meet George Hill
For professional basketball player, George Hill, hunting may not be easy — but it’s part of his identity. He joined us for Harvested : The Veteran Rookie to gain some experience and get his much-needed country time.
As a child, Hill admired athletes like Michael Jordan and dreamt of playing in the NBA. He practiced basketball religiously in urban Indianapolis, and in 2008, his hard work paid off when he was drafted for the San Antonio Spurs at age 22. His career took him through various teams including the Utah Jazz, but just two months ago George signed with the Sacramento Kings as a point guard.
He links hunting to basketball, “I can tell I was a rookie out there… Jordan missed shots, but he wasn’t afraid to take the next one.” If one thing is clear, it’s that George Hill remains strong and unafraid. He’ll give anything a shot and never surrenders. He knows precision is born from experience, not training. Regardless of how much time he’s spent taking shots, he knows it’s not dynamic like the field or the court. He has to get outside and be fully immersed in the game to walk away with valuable wisdom