2017 Vance High School TE Receives Offer from ECU

Vance high school junior TE Jeremiah Hall spoke with InsideECUSports following his visit last Friday

Charlotte (N.C.) Vance high school TE Jeremiah Hall has caught the eye of the East Carolina Pirates coaching staff with his sizable stature and gifted hands. 

On his first visit to ECU's campus last Friday, the 6-foot-3 225-pound TE found comfort in the fact that his high school's offensive system shares similarities with ECU's system.

"I found the play calls were really easy to pick up on because they are similar to the system I have at my high school now."

Hall said that this familiarity with the offensive system is very comforting, and would help tremendously when he makes the transition from high school to college. 

"It makes things easier to understand. Like the language and football terminology."

Outside of the playbook, Hall is also impressed with the the passion the fans have for their football team.

"When I ask people what they like most about ECU, everyone says, "the fans", so it must be true that the fan support for football is crazy."

Hall also views the ECU football program as one that is underrated nationally and in their conference, and one that is able to compete against big time football powerhouses. 

"They are underrated. They start out strong against ACC teams which no other team in their conference does."

Hall is also looking to make an immediate impact on the program that he chooses to take his talents to.

"I want to make a positive impact early to help win games."


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