Linebacker is Solid with Tide

In early September, <b>Prince Hall</b> of Moreno Valley High School in Moreno Valley, California, announced his commitment to the Crimson Tide. Hall is having a big year and is hoping to help turn things around for his team.

"The season is going good. We are getting better and about to start to turn things around. We are 1-2-1 right now. I have been having a good year. I don't know any of my defensive stats except for one interception for a touchdown. My offensive stats are 287 yards rushing on 48 carries with two touchdowns, and ten pass receptions for 106 yards with one touchdown. We play at Pacific High School in San Bernardino this week," said Prince Hall.

Unable to cross country to attend Alabama games, Hall is keeping up with the Tide on television.

"I have been watching them. I watched the game last week. It was a tough loss for them. They just couldn't get the offense rolling. The defense has been playing really good. It hurts they lost their quarterback, but hopefully they can get the offense to start rolling again."

Though Hall has not talked with the Tide coaching staff in a while, his commitment is solid.

"I don't plan to take any other visits. I am 100% committed to Alabama," said Hall.

Hall will make his visit to Tuscaloosa for the Iron Bowl.

"I am coming for my visit on the 19th of November for the Auburn game."

Hall plans to take the SAT Oct 23.

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