"I want to work on my route running, and on defense I want to understand coverages better. I want to get to the ball more, as well as the QB."
Jimmy Hall might have some things to work on, but one of them is not
trying to get attention on the gridiron. The Sylvania (OH)
product is enjoying a busy recruitment, and he has a goal in mind for
his senior season.
"We're trying to get to the state championship. I am really
looking forward to having everyone back."
Sylvania Southview High School was the Ohio Division II state champion
in 2009, and Hall was a big reason why. Catching 47 passes
for 963 yards and 10 touchdowns is pretty impressive. Hall's team has
utilizes a pass-happy offense that typically uses four or five
receivers on a regular basis.
Running a 4.5 forty and being 6'1 ½" makes the 192 lb. receiver a nice
target for the quarterback. How many schools are calling on
As of right now, Boston College, Colorado, Connecticut, Indiana,
Kansas, Maryland, Northwestern, Syracuse, Vanderbilt, and West Virginia
have offered scholarships. Several MAC schools have offered
The tough part of recruitment will begin shortly for Hall, which is the
part where he cuts certain schools from his list. Will KU
make the cut? At the moment, the schools are all in the same
boat. Hall can play on offense and he can play on D, but his
future looks to be at wide-out.
With such a lengthy list of suitors, rest assured that Jimmy Hall will
take his time when it comes to making a final decision.
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