G Rod Hall Profile
With senior Demontez Stitt moving on after this season, the acquisition of one more guard is critical in the Clemson's 2011 recruiting efforts.
One name that is squarely in the mix to be that player is Laney High School (August) senior combo guard Rod Hall.
In a recent interview, Hall told CUTigers he has picked up offers from Nebraska, Coastal Carolina and Tennessee State.
The 6-foot-2, 210-pound senior believes an offer from Clemson could be on the way, too.
"I've been talking with them ever since [assistant] coach [Earl] Grant got there," Hall said.
Clemson head coach Brad Brownell stopped by on Monday to check on Hall.
"I like the way they play. They play aggressive, full-court, as soon as the ball gets in bounds, they're playing defense," Hall said.
He's yet to take any official visits, and does not have anything planned. But a trip to Clemson could be in the cards.
"I'm going to go up there for a visit, but I'm not sure when," Hall said.
As a senior at Laney, Hall averaged 24.6 points, eight rebounds four assists and three steals. He recently made a qualifying score on the ACT.
Hall was also a standout on the football field at Laney. As a senior, he had 1,200 yards receiving and 13 touchdowns and was named to the Georgia AA all-state team.
Tigers talking with 2011 prospect
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