Hall Confirms Visit to Clemson

The Clemson Tigers are having a lot of success this year on the offensive line, but one name a lot of folks out there in recruiting land are forgetting about is Ty Hall, one of Ohio's top prospects. Mr. Hall appears to be locked in on two dates for a visit to Tiger Town.

One of the more frequently asked questions this year when it comes to recruiting is whether or not Ohio State will offer any of the in-state offensive linemen.

Cincinnati Anderson's Ty Hall recently gave updates as to where things stand.

His season just ended with a first-round playoff upset after going 10-0 in the regular season.

"I'm doing great," he said. "We had a great year with a real tough loss to end it. We went 10 and 1."

So far, he has three visits set up and is trying to figure out who will get the other two.

"I am visiting Boston College November 15, Vanderbilt December 6, and Clemson either November 23 or January 10. I would really like to set one up with Ohio State, and I definitely would if they offered."

"The other teams fighting for the other two spots are Stanford, Northwestern, Wake Forest, Maryland, Pitt, Illinois, and Purdue. All of them have offered."

Hall told CUTigers.com in a recent interview that he'll likely play guard at the next level.

"Right now I'm playing left tackle. I probably won't play that at the next level though. Last year, I played right tackle, left tackle, and guard, but I mainly played guard. Honestly, I think I'll be a better guard. It's more of a physical position and I love to pull and trap, to me that's a lot of fun."

We will continue to keep you updated on Ty Hall throughout the recruiting process. Thanks to Duane Long and BuckNuts.com for their insight into this report.

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