Big OL Ty Hall (6-6,280,5.1) will be a busy guy over the course of the next couple of months, and it all starts next week, when Hall makes his first trip down to Clemson.
"I will be at Clemson from June 12th through the 15th, then on the 16th I'll go to South Carolina for a day. Those are the only two camps in the south that I am looking at," says Hall.
But that doesn't mean that those are the only two southern schools Hall is considering at this point in the recruiting process. "However, I am visiting Georgia Tech, Tennessee, Vandy, and Indiana afterwards. Then later on then on the 29th, I'll go to Northwestern."
"I am also taking unofficial visits to Michigan, Notre Dame, and Illinois as well. Tommorrow (Saturday) I am visiting Purdue, and camping a little as well," added Hall.
And what about scholarship offers?
"Right now I have 13 offers, and tomorrow should make 14 they said. Clemson, Boston College, Ohio, Miami of Ohio, Toledo, Bowling Green, Wake Forest, Duke, Cincinnati, Kent State, Georgia Tech, Minnesota, and Illinois have offered," says Hall.
Clemson officially moved in with an offer a little over two weeks ago, and it's a great sign that the big fella is going to be camping in Tiger Town for almost 3 full days next week.
Hall has outstanding size for an offensive lineman, and no doubt the coaching staff has made him a serious priority.
We will continue to keep you updated on Ty Hall, as we receive more information.
Hall will Camp at Clemson
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