Three Consistently in Contact with Hall

Shane Hall has almost fully recovered from injuries that kept him out of the first session of AAU, now the Johnson Central (KY) High School star is ready to rejoin the circuit.

Johnson Central (KY) High School standout Shane Hall had a great summer last year and is looking for a repeat this year.

Hall missed much of the spring with injuries from last high school season and is ready to head out to the court once again.

I spoke with Shane's father Brad to get a quick update on the talented forward.

Brad said that Shane is ready to get back on the court starting in July and will be joining a new AAU team, Team Thad.

The family picked Team Thad because of the location of the tournaments that they are playing is closer to the East Coast and also the coach and players on Team Thad.

The 6-foot 8 forward has had a few impressive games with his high school teammates in the last week and looks to be regaining his form from last summer.

While Butler and a few other schools have let the contact with Hall fade, he is still hearing from a few school regularly.

"He's hearing from Tennessee, UAB, and Northern Kentucky," Hall's father said. "They are the schools that are regularly in contact with Shane."

Those three schools are also the programs that are currently standing out for the 4-star forward.

Time will only tell if Hall's interest from other schools will pick up again this summer.

One thing is certain. Playing with Team Thad will give Hall a lot more attention and visibility for schools to take notice.

Team Thad features players such as Florida-commit Chris Chiozza, 5-star power forward Leron Black, and 3-star forward Riley Norris

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