Although Hall plays quarterback for Lee High School he has been recruited to play corner or slot receiver at Texas Tech, who offered in October. He also recently received an offer from Baylor, who sees him as a cornerback at the next level.
According to Scout’s Midland recruiting analyst Gabe Brooks, “Hall is a dual-threat quarterback that terrorizes defenses using both his arms and his legs.”
In his junior year, Hall totaled almost 3,500 yards of offense and 40 touchdowns en route to claiming Associated Press Class 6A second-team All-state honors.. He passed for 2,001 yards, 16 touchdowns and rushed for 1,487, 22 touchdowns.
As for his recruitment, Hall said in addition to Tech and Baylor, he is hearing from Houston, TCU, SMU, and Cincinnati. Out of all the schools going after Hall, he said the Red Raiders are recruiting him the hardest.
He added he is pretty close with coach Trey Haverty, who is leading his recruitment and that they talk almost every day.
“He’s like a big brother,” Hall said.
The fact that Texas Tech came to Hall first with an offer is an important factor for him as well.
“I can relate to their coaching staff, and it means a lot to me knowing they gave me a chance to be apart of their team first,” Hall said.
Hall has yet to plan any upcoming visits, but said he will be in contact with coaches to set them up soon.
As for right now, Hall said he has been killing it throughout spring football and this is the best one he has had yet. He will be showcasing that talent this weekend at the ETSN.fm/ APEC East Texas Combine in Tyler amongst other Big 12 prospects.