He doesn't want to fight
"He's a great running back," said Hall, who averaged 149 yards a game this past season. "I'm really not interested in redshirting right now, which I would probably have to do if I went to K-State. Sproles is one of the best backs in the country, and for now, I'm looking to go where I can play right away."
Hall, who is a native of
"I really had a good time there," he said. "It's a great school and close to home for me. I like that part of it a lot. I know pretty much half the team there too. Overall, they've got everything going for them, a good coaching staff and they're up and coming."
Once believed to be a December graduate, Hall said he now plans to take visits in January and will remain at GCCC till May.
"I have a little more time now to take my visits," he said. "I still like K-State in the top five, but I want to talk to them more before I schedule a visit there. We'll see what happens, but right now I'm still keeping all my options open."