2016 SF Josh Hall commits to Nevada

Josh Hall ended his recruitment on Thursday by choosing Nevada. The 2016 prospect discusses his commitment with Scout.

Nevada's successful 2016 class continued on Thursday, as the Wolfpack landed a commitment from 6-foot-6, 190-pound 2016 Lynchburg (Va.) Genesis Academy small forward Josh Hall.

"It was mainly my relationship with coach (Eric) Musselman and their entire coaching staff," Hall told Scout. "I've gotten to know them and felt comfortable them and our players; I feel like I'll fit in right away."

The system that Musselman and staff are planning on running in Nevada played a role in Hall's decision.

"I'll be versatile and play different positions on the court," Hall said. "I can guard multiple positions and I'll do whatever is needed to win.

"I like their playing style; they'll run an NBA offense. They play a lot of guards and every player will play different positions. I like the way he uses each player differently."

Hall joins some good prospects in point guard Devearl Ramsey, center Kenny Wooten and junior college transfer Arlando Cook in Reno.

"I'm really close with Devearl (Ramsey) and they have some other good players coming in," Hall said. "Them bringing in a big recruiting class definitely played a big factor."


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