"The trip was great," said Hall of his time in Eugene.
Hall surprised many by postponing a decision on where he'll during the U.S. Army All-American Game on national television a couple of weeks ago. During the game Hall indicated his top-3 are Arizona, California and Oregon. Has he eliminated anyone yet?
"No," replied Hall to the question of who are his top teams. "Those are still my top teams."
Hall doesn't have a timetable on a decision although the National Letter of Intent (NLI) day is on Feb. 4th.
Hall mentioned that Dewitt Stuckey was his host on his visit.
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