Initially, Hall considered his self as a college defensive player. However, after a solid performance at the U.S. Army All-American game, he figured he could be a standout receiver at the next level as well.
"I was looking at defense recently because how I played in the [Hawaii] all-star game," Hall said during USAA game week. "Now that I can see I can play offense as well, I'm looking at those schools back again – Oregon, Arizona, Cal – the schools that were [recruiting] me offensively."
His new focus on offense pushed him to eliminate two of his favorites – Alabama and USC – on national television when he removed their hats off a table during the USAA game. He stated he was not ready to decide, instead, he narrowed his list down to three schools.
Arizona was going to be his choice if had decided during the January 3 game. Nonetheless, Hall said he would decide after taking an official visit to Oregon. Well, his took his visit to Eugene January 16-18, and he has set a press conference at Palo Verde High School for this Friday at 10 a.m. PT.
He officially visited California in November when the Golden Bears pummeled Stanford. Two weeks later, he took an official visit to hometown Arizona. The Wildcat coaches made an in-home visit on Monday night. The Cal coaches visited on Wednesday.
"It was good," Hall said via text of his in-home visit with the Bears.
"The offensive coordinator [Frank Cignetti], WR coach [Kevin Daft], defensive coordinator [Bob Gregory], and DB coach [Al Simons]," Hall said of which coaches made the in-home the visit.
Hall did not divulge if Cal or anyone else had emerged from the trio as a clear-cut leader. "I don't want to [name a leader] that messes up the whole surprise thing," he said.
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