DB Rashard Hall Profile
6-2, 180 pound prospect Rashard Hall took his first official visit of the recruiting process last weekend.
"I went to Louisville last weekend," he told CUTigers.com in a recent interview. "It was a good visit. I liked it a lot. The coaches were real nice. The academic support people were helpful. I met with them Sunday morning. The atmosphere was what I liked the best."
Which other teams will get an official visit?
"Clemson is a definite. South Florida may get one. They are right down the road so I'm not sure yet whether I will take an official there," said Hall. "I am going to take the others after the season. I am focused on my season right now."
The prize recruit is expecting his offer list to grow in the near future.
"I should be getting a couple of new offers pretty soon. We will see what happens from there. South Carolina should be coming soon. Wake Forest and Georgia Tech are also close to offering," said Hall.
The Florida standout visited Death Valley in October and came away impressed.
"I went to the Virginia Tech game. The atmosphere was great. Everything was perfect except they lost," said Hall.
What will be important to Hall when he selects his college destination?
"I will be looking for early playing time. I will also look at academics and try to find a place where I am comfortable," replied Hall.
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