Tigers Moving Up with Hall

Ty Hall has offers from seemingly every school you can think of, but that usually happens when you are widely considered as the top offensive lineman in Ohio. Hall talks about his top schools and more in this report.

Ty Hall (6'6, 280) has been steadily receiving interest from schools all across the country, and with more than 19 scholarship offers on the table, he's still not ready to name his top 5. "Clemson has been growing on me, but I still dont have a top 5," said Hall.

"Michigan, Clemson, Tennessee, Stanford, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Vanderbilt, Maryland, Boston College, and Minnesota, are probably my tops right now. I might have forgot one or two there, but I hope not."

Hall plays both guard and tackle but he has the frame and wing span that recruiters are looking for in a tackle. The senior from Anderson High School in Cincinnati has already turned his focus to the upcoming season.

"I am in great shape right now, and ever since my camps and visits were done this summer, I have been hitting the weight room hard, and the track even harder," said Hall. "We started our camp two weeks ago, this week we are doing conditioning, and next week we start 2 a days. I am much faster, and much more agile right now. I feel great."

Ty camped at Clemson in early June for three days, and he'll also be back down for an official visit this fall. "I think that the Clemson coaches got to see that I am very athletic for a lineman when I was there, but I should be back down for either the Maryland game or South Carolina," said Hall.

We will continue to keep you updated on Ty Hall throughout the upcoming season, but with an official visit in the works, things look good for the Tigers.

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