It's not easy, but it's not impossible. In fact, I think I could teach him plenty myself. I don't think he is going to just learn what he needs from catching balls from a Jugs gun. I have seen him make some tough catches in traffic- and those were usually the kind where he could get both hands on the ball and catch it textbook style. I think he needs to work on some of the other crazy drills to learn to adjust to the ball when he's running.- some of the things we've tried are forcing ourselves to catch the ball with one hand and then the other, the one that I think Shockey used to do where you have your back to the QB then spin and have to locate and catch the ball. Stuff like that. The trouble is that different things can help different players. A lot of it will also come from confidence.
Let's not get ahead of ourselves. Hill needs a QB who can actually throw him the ball when he's not being triple covered.