Signing Day 2013 was good to Texas A&M fans as Lancaster (TX) four-star defensive end Daeshon Hall decided to switch to the Aggies and announced his signing in a school ceremony Wednesday morning.
Hall indicated that in the end he wanted to stay close to Texas, and he felt Texas A&M could develop his talents and offer early playing time. In addition, he believes Texas A&M can compete for a national championship, and that was a priority in his recruitment and a reason why he ultimately chose the Aggies. Hall had previously been committed to Texas and Washington.
Hall Lands in College Station
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