Perhaps the second-best player in his state, six schools have offered Forest Hills (NC) defensive tackle Marque Hall.
"North Carolina State, North Carolina, Tennessee, Clemson, South Carolina, and East Carolina have all offered Marque," says head coach John Lowery of his 6-foot-5, 305 pounder with 4.8 speed. "Marquee is still open to all the schools."
Hall was the defensive player of the year in his conference as a junior, and was named to his All-Conference team each of the last three seasons.
Football is not the only sport in which Hall excels. He is also the reigning state champion in both the shot put and the discus, and is interested in participating in track and field in college as well as football.
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