Prince Hall is a 6-0, 240 pound linebacker and considered one of the best in California and in the country. "I made commitment last night to Alabama. I talked to Coach Connelly and Coach Shula and told them I was ready to commit," said Hall.
Hall had several reasons for choosing the Tide.
"I felt like it was a really good school for me to go to. They have a
really good coaching staff. I like Coach Shula. He is a good coach and seems
like a really good guy. The thing that stood out about Alabama was they wanted
me for defense and that is what I want to play."
Hall is 100% solid on his commitment.
"Yea, this is going to be it for me. I will not go on any other
visits," said Hall.
Hall committed to Alabama over a hosts of other offers.
"I chose Alabama over my other top offers from Oklahoma, Arizona,
Arizona State, and Kansas State."
When asked about a trip to Tuscaloosa, Hall replied, "I will not be able
to come until after my football season is over, but that is going to be the only
place I go too," said Hall.
During Hall's junior campaign, as a fullback, Hall rushed for 798 yards and
13 touchdowns. This Friday, Moreno Valley will play their first game at Home
against Aorora Valley.
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