SoonerSquad17 profile: Jeremiah Hall

Eleven members of SoonerSquad17 have arrived in Norman. Time to get to know the newest Sooners.

Oklahoma has done a lot of things differently with the 2017 class and that includes the number of mid-year enrollees.

SoonerSquad17 is in Norman, well, a lot of them are. OU has 11 mid-year enrollees for the class so for those who need a refresher or an introduction, time to know the next batch of names.

Get to know the newest Sooners.

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Charlotte Vance TE/H-Back Jeremiah Hall

The story: Hall was an interesting one being one of those kids who committed to OU without having seen the campus first. His initial taste of OU came during the ChampUBBQ in July so really you couldn’t have asked for a better impression. Once it became obvious OU wanted the next Dimitri Flowers, all signs pointed toward Hall becoming that guy. And once he committed, there was no doubt he was sticking with OU. Had a tremendous senior season at Vance.

2017 impact: Learn the ropes, young Padawan. That will be the goal for Hall in 2017. You figured OU had a hit with Flowers back in the 2014 class, and it feels like the Sooners have done the exact same thing with Hall here. Let him learn under Flowers and be ready to take that spot heading into the 2018 season. Not a redshirt year, but a year that lets him grow and develop at his own rate, no pressure.

Scout says: Hall is a versatile playmaker who can line up all over the field. He's a major weapon as a runner, receiver and blocker. Hall is very physical, tough playmaker. He is also athletic and runs very good routes. Hall shows good concentration and catches the ball extremely well. As a blocker, he is technically sound and relentless. Overall, he needs to continue to get stronger and become more elusive, but he had great skillset and will have a chance to make an early impact at the next level.

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