Hill joined the team as an 8th grader. Hill won the state scoring title her sophomore and senior years and led South to a 139-14 record in her five-year career. After two consecutive Minnesota State High School League Class American Association of Advertising Agencies state championship losses to Saint Paul Central, Minneapolis South got what they longed for by beating Centennial High School 68-61 in the 2009 class American Association of Advertising Agencies state final.
Tayler Hill led all scorers, tying the all-time tournament record for most points in a single game with 47.
Hill broke several Minnesota high school records in her senior season, including most career points with 3,894, most points in a single season with 1,053, and most free throw makes and attempts in a single season (270/350).
Hill was a two-time Gatorade Minnesota Girls Basketball Player of the Year.
Hill, the number 7 overall recruit by Full Court Press and the number 12 overall recruit by Entertainment and Sports Programming Network chose Ohio State over Minnesota, Duke, Texas, and Marquette.
As a freshman, Hill started all 36 games for the Buckeyes. During her freshman campaign, Hill averaged 8.5 points, 2.8 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.0 steals.
Hill increased her scoring each year that she was at Ohio State, and during her senior season she averaged 22.3 points per game.
During her time at Ohio State, Tayler honored to be on the Big Ten All-Defensive Team, three consecutive seasons. She also was a member of the Big Ten First Team during her junior and senior seasons.
She was a McDonald"s All-American coming out of high school and left high school as the All-Time leading scoring in Minnesota basketball history with 3,888 points. She was selected 4th overall in the 2013 Women's National Basketball Association Draft by the Washington Mystics. In the 2013 Women's National Basketball Association Draft, Hill was drafted fourth overall by the Washington Mystics.
After starting the season in the starting lineup, Hill has moved to a reserve role and has provided a spark along with fellow rookies, Emma Meesseman, Tierra Ruffin-Pratt, and Nadirah McKenith.
Mystics General Manager and Coach Mike Thibault says Hill is ready to play in the 2015 Women's National Basketball Association season.
She also was a member of the Big Ten First Team during her junior and senior seasons.