Ty Hall, a 6-foot-6, 275-pound, offensive lineman from Cincinnati (Anderson) is a Midwest "Top 100" prospects and he's the top O-Line prospect in the Buckeye State.
"I have offers from Clemson, Boston College, Ohio University, Toledo, Bowling Green, Wake Forest, Duke, Cincinnati, Kent State, Georgia Tech, Minnesota, Miami (Ohio), Illinois, Purdue, Pittsburgh, South Carolina, Vanderbilt, Indiana, Maryland and Stanford said I should be getting an offer from them soon." Ty Hall said.
"Right now my favorites are Tennessee, Illinois, Ohio State, Michigan, Maryland, Clemson, Notre Dame, Stanford, Northwestern and Vanderbilt."
Ty didn't have much time for leisure this summer as he made several campus visits and participated in a number of camps.
"I camped at Clemson, South Carolina, Miami (Ohio), Purdue, Northwestern, Ohio State and I went to the Michigan State Nike Camp.
"I visited Clemson, South Carolina, Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt, Indiana, Tennessee, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Michigan, Northwestern and Illinois." Hall said.
Hall will be a three-year letter winner in 2002. Last year he had an eye opening 160 knock-downs and that doesn't include cut blocks.
Ty was an all-city selection as a junior. He carries a 3.5 GPA in the classroom and scored 25 on his ACT.
Ty Hall is emerging as one of the top offensive line prospects in the Midwest and we look for more scholarship offers to come his way during as well as after the 2002 season.
Hall hasn't set up any official visits as of yet
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