Hill had 12 points (5-8 FG, 2-4 FT), 13 rebounds and two blocks across 31 minutes in Saturday's 91-92 victory over Utah.
Hill has been in and out of the starting five throughout his freshman season, but Saturday broke a four-game streak of coming off the bench. He repaid that decision with his second double-double of Pac-12 play, but first since all the way back on Jan. 10 against Oregon. It's difficult to determine the state of the UCLA program with the head coaching situation uncertain, but Hill is one of the players that could take a big leap next year if given the right environment. His postseason chances in 2019 are likely to be limited.