"Baylor has been by my school and TCU came by last week" said Hall. "Coach Haverty is the coach recruiting me for TCU and our relationship is pretty good."
"I haven't had any new offers in a while" he said. "Texas A&M, Alabama, Baylor and TCU are standing out the most right now though."
While Hall plays both sides of the ball in high school, the Horned Frogs like him as a receiver. Even though he's more than capable on either side, he says the offensive side is where he wants to be.
"TCU is telling me receiver and that's where I want to play" he said. "Some schools like me as a safety but I prefer offense."
With his Junior year having just concluded, Hall's stats spell out a player that was used in many different capacities.
"I rushed for 347 yards and had 369 receiving yards" said Hall. "I also returned punts and kicks and had 2 interceptions at safety."
"I had 15 touchdowns and 2 of those were on kick returns."
With plans to play the 2013 season at 205 pounds, it's clear to see that Hall is a matchup nightmare for opposing defenses. His frame is perfect for a receiver in either the Big 12 or the SEC and if all goes according to plan, that's where he'll be playing.
With the Horned Frogs actively recruiting Hall, we'll keep you posted on his recruitment every step of the way. When watching this kid on film, it's clear that he's destined for stardom at the next level.