D.J. Hall was one of the most impressive wide receiver prospects at the Nike Camp in Auburn, so it was no surprise to find out that he already had a slew of offers. At 6-3 and 183 pounds with a sub 4.4 forty, Hall has all of the tools to be a great on on the next level.
parlayed those tools into a tremendous season for a 7-3 Choctawhatchee
team. Hall had 44 catches for 974 yards and 13 touchdowns as a junior.
Hall has been to Auburn for a summer camp as well as the Nike camp, but
other camps have been put on hold temporarily.
was supposed to go to the Florida and Florida State camps this summer
already, but I got in a car accident and missed them," said Hall.
"An eighteen wheeler ran a light and just smashed into
is lucky to be alive after a scare like that, and it put some camps on
hold, but he was healthy enough to begin his camp schedule last
got the stitches out of my side on Saturday. I went up to the Auburn
camp that day and ran a 4.33 forty there. I'm supposed to go to the
Florida Camp in July and work out, but I'm not sure if I'll catch the
ball yet. My hands are still pretty sore from the accident. I've gotten
a bunch of scholarship offers so far though. Some of the offers I've
gotten are Florida, LSU, Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, and Maryland. My top
teams right now though are Florida, LSU, Florida State, Alabama, and
Hall is impressive on The Plains
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