Hall likes what he sees

One of North Carolina's top tight end prospects reflects on spending time at Dabo Swinney's camp.

TE Jeremiah Hall Profile

With Clemson's success on the football field the last four years many people have come to know the Tigers' passing attack. Tajh Boyd and Deshaun Watson have put up staggering numbers. Sammy Watkins, DeAndre Hopkins, Dwayne Allen, Mike Williams and Artavis Scott have been the beneficiaries on the receiving end.

Dabo Swinney and the rest of the Clemson coaching staff keep looking for the next receivers to plug in to the high-powered attack so many have grown accustomed to.

The second session of the Dabo Swinney Football Camp took place over the weekend and the Tigers' staff got a good look at a number of potential future Clemson players.

One such prospect was 2017 Vance High School (Charlotte, NC) tight end Jeremiah Hall. Hall holds offers from NC State and Charlotte but got a shot to look at an out-state-school over the weekend. He spoke with CUTigers to give an overview of what his weekend looked like.

"It was not my first visit, but it was my first camp at Clemson. I loved how competitive and fun it was. The camp went smoothly, so everyone had an opportunity to show what they had," detailed Hall. "I liked how coaches and players came back to give words of wisdom."

Hall was quick to note some important pieces of Clemson that would work well for him.

"I like how the offense is balanced. They aren't a run- or pass-heavy team which allows them to mix it up." Hall continued saying, "I was talking to Jordan Leggett and Coach (Danny) Pearman. I really learned a lot about getting off the line and route running. I could tell a big improvement in my ability before I left, even though it was just in a matter of a day or two."

As Hall nears his junior season, he's anticipating some big things from both himself and his teammates in 2015.

"Personally, I expect to be a leader by example, making plays for my team and getting better. As a team, I expect nothing less than to win a State Championship," he said.

Hall is 6-foot-2 and weighs 220 pounds. He has yet to be rated by Scout.com.

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