"Roll Tide," exclaimed D.J. Hall. "I made my decision on Monday. I called Coach Shula and Coach Connelly and told them I was coming. When I went on my visit, I got along with the players and the coaches great. I felt like I fit in well at Alabama, and that it was the place for me. The coaches said I could make an impact at Alabama. I'm not taking any more official visits. I'm finished.
Hall had more good news for the Crimson Tide.
"I probably won't take the ACT again. I'm qualified with my GPA where it is
Hall is part of the new generation of tall receivers that can run like the wind.
He will have the ability to make an early impact at Alabama next year.
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