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Louisville long snapper commitment Mitch Hall made his first visit to see the Cardinals play last weekend and reports he had a blast

University of Louisville long snapper commitment Mitch Hall made his first visit to see the Cardinals play last weekend against North Carolina State. The standout from Clayton, N.C., reports he had a blast watching the Cardinals.

Clayton, N.C., High School All-American long snapper Mitch Hall made a commitment to the University of Louisville earlier this month but last weekend he was on campus for the first time to see a game.

And Hall left just as impressed as he thought he would.

The 6-foot-3, 205-pound Hall said the visit was "awesome."

"The energy was through the roof and with it being homecoming weekend it made it just that much more fun," Hall told Cardinal Authority. "I got to talk with Coach (Tony) Grantham for a little while post game. It was good to catch up in person again.

"We just talked about how I liked it, which I loved."

Hall said he is working out a time to take his official visit with that likely coming in January.

"I'm very excited and thankful for such an opportunity," Hall said.

Hall is rated as the No. 2 long snapper in the country and will play in the U.S. Army All-American game in January. He was recruited special teams coach Tony Grantham. The Cardinals long snapper this season - Colin Holba - is a senior.

While he had an offer to play at Memphis, Hall also had been offered preferred walk-on spots from Tennessee, Florida State, Miami, North Carolina State and Penn State.

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