Hill becomes the third member of the spring recruiting class to sign with the Red Storm, joining guard/forward Connor Van Brocklin and forward Josh Fuller.
"We are very excited to have Trevor join our program," Dixie State head coach Jon Judkins said. "Signing a point guard was a priority for us coming into this recruiting cycle and we couldn't be happier with the guy we got."
Hill, a 6-foot-3 point, has started for the varsity team at Alta for the past three years under head coach Jim Barker. In his senior campaign, he averaged 11.2 points, 7.3 rebounds, and a Utah 5A Region-best 5.5 assists per game. He is a two-time Deseret News 5A Second Team honoree while earning Region 3 MVP distinctions this year. Hill led Alta to a 22-3 regular season and a Region 3 championship. MaxPreps ranks Hill as the fifth best basketball player in the state of Utah.
He also played football this past year for Alta, racking up 308 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns.
"I chose Dixie because the coaching staff is all about the players," Hill said. "To see the court at Dixie, first you have to be held accountable off the court. The players were genuinely nice and I could tell they enjoyed being around each other."
Hill commented that he models his game after Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade.
"I'm a slasher and a winner," Hill said.
Hill is the second Alta Hawk to join Dixie State over the past three years. Dub Price redshirted for DSU in 2013-14 and is presently serving an LDS church mission in Peru.