As always the disclaimer... I'm not a scout.
Tonight I went to see Khalid Hill as his East Village team took on Southeastern. The Ville won with ease 39-0. Khalid played a lot as a tackle when The Ville was in an unbalanced set so I got to see him do a lot of blocking. Drives well off the ball and when he locked on it was over for the defender. He also used his hands well to keep his man within his base. I think blocking at the high school level is the most under coached aspect of the game but that doesn't seem to be the case here. (I got called into chain gang duty for a bit so I was literally next to the coaches the whole game and blocking was... well lets just say stressed). The Ville only threw one pass to Khalid which he caught for a TD but it was called back for holding. With just a handful of pass plays due to the score route running is not something I can give you an honest opinion on.
Khalid did play a few snaps on D and stuffed a run on one play and recorded a sack and forced fumble on another. Two big plays on D from a guy who only played about 5 snaps on D leads you to believe the athleticism is there... and I think it is. Having seen both Wyatt and Khalid I think we are getting a player a bit more like Funchess in Wyatt and a player a bit more like AJ Williams in Khalid. I like the way our future looks at TE.
Khalid has a very solid build. His lower body is more impressive than his upper body. This build is probably what gives him the ability to block so well. Rivals lists Khalid at 6'2'' and having stood next to him that is legit.
Khalid didn't play the second half.
(to answer the question... It's a turkey club...)