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Jaraymond Hall could factor in at many different spots along Michigan's offensive line.

Jaraymond Hall could factor in at many different spots along Michigan's offensive line.

His Recruiting Story

After emerging in his sophomore season in a starting role at Oak Park, Hall quickly capitalized on that strong season, following it up with several good showings on the camp circuit prior to his junior year. With that came scholarship offers from several schools including Miami (Ohio), Michigan, Tennessee and Penn State. At the end of the day, Hall and his parents felt the Wolverines were the best fit.

Scouting Report

"Long, lean, athletic offensive lineman who plays with a mean streak. Competitive kid who plays hard. Has added weight and strength but can continue to do that still. Bends well, mobile, has good feet, and has the intangibles as well."

Why Michigan?

"For a couple months I felt that way about Michigan," Hall said regarding his recruitment. "But I still wanted to get out to more schools but I've been feeling high on Michigan so I went and did it and called coach Wheatley."

Bottom Line

Most likely a tackle, either left or right side, at Michigan, Hall's long frame has already shown an ability to add good weight, now up to 270-pounds. At 6-foot-5 and with good athleticism, Hall's versatility could loom large as Tim Drevno has shown his willingness to play the five best offensive linemen, regardless of position.


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