Hall Enjoys Michigan Visit
Nathan Hall is one of the more versatile junior prospects in the state of Ohio, and the Sylvania Southview athlete recently completed an impressive season. "I had a really good junior season and I thought I could have done some things better, but it was pretty good," Hall stated. "I really played well as a wide receiver, and had some really big games. I need to work on getting stronger, and that's something I will focus on this off-season." With offers from Toledo and Bowling Green, and interest from several BCS programs, Hall is a prospect to watch in Ohio for the class of 2014. He visited Michigan Saturday for the Northwestern game. "Michigan was great, and that was my second time there," he explained. "It was a lot of fun and I got to speak to Coach (Al) Borges. He was at our school last year when he was recruiting Allen Gant, so it was good to see him again. They just got my film and they haven't fully evaluated me yet. I also got to speak with Allen, which was great. My brother (Jimmy) plays for Northwestern, so it was good seeing him after the game. I'm definitely interested in Michigan, and I'm not real sure what side of the ball they are recruiting me for." Hall has also visited other schools, and is in the process of getting his film out to those interested in him. "I've been to Northwestern and Notre Dame this year, and I have a visit coming up to Michigan State next weekend," Hall said. "Northwestern is actively recruiting me, and they were in my school two weeks ago. They said I'm high on their 2014 recruiting board." "Notre Dame was amazing, and the atmosphere for the Stanford game was unbelievable," he continued. "Coach (Mike) Tressel is recruiting me for Michigan State, and I'm definitely interested. I'm also hearing from Boston College, Louisville, West Virginia, Illinois, Duke, Purdue and North Carolina State. Most schools are recruiting me as an athlete, but it doesn't matter to me where I play." Hall, 6-foot-3, 195-pounds, plays on both sides of the football for Southview, and could project to wide receiver, safety or linebacker at the next level.