A number of football players don’t want to rival their shoe size?
But they well rival their height and weight, and we can determine their shoe size with a standard measurement scale.
So Shaun Hill (was the starting quarterback for the Detroit Lions) is 6’3” and his weight is 226 pounds, he should be a size 13 in shoe size.
Some interesting information about Shaun Hill then and now a career, but Yes, we carry Shaun’s shoe size.
We go to a 20 in men’s length and 15 in women’s length as well.
Now, if Shaun needs a wider width?
We have up to 14 E widths in our line of shoes, and that is in Men’s and Women’s as well.
Shaun was a three-year starter at quarterback and 2-year starter at free safety at Parsons Senior High School.
He was a two-time All-Southeast Kansas League 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 in hoops.
He earned All-State honors 3 years and guided the team to the state tournament as a sophomore and senior.
Shaun was not highly recruited out of high school.
So he spent his first two years at Hutchinson Community College.
Where he earned honorable mention honors as a freshman and sophomore.
His junior college success garnered him notice.
He eventually decided to attend college at the University of Maryland.
While serving primarily as a backup as a junior, he led the Maryland Terrapins to their first Atlantic Coast Conference title since 1985 as a senior in 2001.
They earned a trip to the 2002 Orange Bowl and finished the year ranked #10 in the country.
He finished his Maryland career with 3,158 yards and 19 touchdowns.
Shaun was not considered an NFL prospect and so went undrafted in the 2002 NFL Draft.
He ended up signing as a free agent with the Minnesota Vikings, where he spent the season as a 3rd-string backup.
He took his first career snaps for the Vikings on the final two plays of the 2005 NFL season, taking a knee both times.
In order to get more experience.
Shaun spent the Spring of 2003 with the Amsterdam Admirals of NFL Europe.
Where he led the league in passing yards and tied for second in touchdowns.
Shaun entered the 2006 NFL preseason third on the San Francisco 49ers depth chart, behind Trent Dilfer and Alex Smith.
He went 15/23 (65.2%) for 162 Yds, no touchdowns, and one interception.
He spent the 2006 regular season on the sidelines, taking no snaps.
Shaun completed 13 of 20 passes for 148 yards with one interception in the San Francisco 49ers’ 17-13 preseason-opening loss to the Denver Broncos on August 16, 2007.
He demonstrated great pocket mobility but had difficulty in the red zone, throwing one interception in his first drive and then nearly throwing an interception.
At almost exactly the same place the second time down the field.
In the last game of the 2007 preseason against the San Diego Chargers.
Shaun attempted to put the 49ers in field goal range to tie the game.
With 16 seconds left on the clock, he threw two deep balls to his wide receivers but both missed their targets, and the second was intercepted, ending the game with the Chargers ahead, 16–13.
Shaun made his 49ers regular-season debut on December 9, 2007, after Trent Dilfer suffered a severe concussion.
He completed 22 of 27 pass attempts for 181 yards and one touchdown in a loss to his former team, the Minnesota Vikings.
Despite his excellent statistics, Shaun was critical of his performance, adding, “There [are] a lot of things I need to get better at.
Yes, some of that is about getting comfortable playing again.
Then, some things made me want to throw up.
Oaky, some things, the execution was poor but the results were good on my part.
Some things I got away with. The results were better than my execution.”
Since Dilfer’s injury was serious enough to sideline him for the rest of the season, Shaun made his first NFL start on December 15, 2007, in a victory against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Shaun completed 21 of 28 pass attempts for 197 yards, ran for a touchdown, and threw a touchdown.
Shaun was set to be the starter for the remainder of the 2007 season.
On December 18, 2007, the 49ers announced that they had an interest in re-signing Shaun, to provide competition against Alex Smith.
However, the contract extension, along with its negotiations, was dependent on Shaun’s performance for the rest of the season.
On December 23, 2007, Shaun made his second career start, against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
He completed 11 of 24 pass attempts for 123 yards and three touchdown passes, to Darrell Jackson, fellow former Terrapin Vernon Davis, and Frank Gore. The 49ers won 21-19.
Shaun suffered a back injury during the Week 16 game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, when rookie Gaines Adams hit him after a throw, drawing a 15-yard personal foul.
As a result, Shaun was unable to play in week 17 against the Cleveland Browns. Chris Weinke played in his place.
In February 2008, Shaun signed a new 3-year contract with the 49ers, with contractual terms not released to the media.
The undrafted Shaun competed for the starting job against Alex Smith and J. T. O’Sullivan in training camp and the 2008 preseason.
O’Sullivan ended up getting the job and Shaun became the primary backup.
After Smith was put on injured reserve early in the season.
Shaun did not play until 49ers interim head coach Mike Singletary took over on October 27.
After J. T. O’Sullivan committed his second turnover against the Seattle Seahawks that was returned for a touchdown.
He was pulled from the lineup and Shaun replaced him with solid output:
15 of 23 for 173 yards with one touchdown to Jason Hill and no turnovers, but he could not rescue the 49ers, who lost 34–13.
Despite the loss, Shaun was named as Singletary’s no. 1 QB for the remainder of the 2008 season.
His 2008 starting debut was in week 10, on Monday Night Football against the Arizona Cardinals.
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