Gill is in his second season (2016-17) as a graduate assistant at USC. He is working with the wide receivers.
In 2016, USC was 25th in pass offense (276.4). Wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster moved up to fourth on USC’s career receptions list. USC played in the Rose Bowl.
He spent 2015 as a graduate assistant at San Jose State, working with the defensive backs. The Spartans won the Cure Bowl.
He was a staff assistant in the USC football office in 2014.
He began his coaching career in 2012 as the receivers coach at Los Angeles (Calif.) Harbor College (the team played in the Golden State Bowl) and he held a similar position at Long Beach (Calif.) City College for the 2013 season.
Gill, 26, was a wide receiver at Old Dominion for 2 seasons (2010-11). As a 2010 junior, he had 41 catches for 686 yards (16.7 avg) with 5 TDs, including a trio of 100-yard outings. As a 2011 senior, he caught 42 passes for 591 yards (14.1 avg) with 7 scores as the Monarchs advanced to the second round of the NCAA FCS playoffs.
He received his bachelor’s degree in sociology from Old Dominion in 2012. He is working on a master’s degree in communication management from USC.
He spent 2 seasons (2008-09) as a wide receiver at Los Angeles Harbor Junior College. As a 2008 freshman, he had 18 catches for 216 yards (12.0 avg) with a TD. As a 2009 sophomore, he had 48 receptions for 651 yards 13.6 avg) with 5 TDs.
He was a wide receiver and defensive back at Cathedral High in Los Angeles (Calif.), where he caught 55 passes for 772 yards (14.0 avg) with 5 TDs and made 29 tackles and 3 interceptions as a 2007 senior. He previously played at Narbonne High in Harbor City (Calif.).
He was born on Sept. 21, 1990. He is single. His twin brother, Robert, played basketball at Cerritos Junior College (2011-12).
BIRTHDAY: Sept. 21, 1990