Adam Hall Talks USC

Adam Hall, a four-star recruit from Palo Verde High School in Tucson AZ, is one of the most versatile prospects on the west coast. The 6-4, 205-pound athlete recently attended USC's Rising Stars Camp and performed well enough at both wide receiver and defensive back to receive an offer from the Trojans. Look inside to see what Hall has to say about USC and the recruiting process.

Adam Hall, a four-star recruit from Palo Verde High School in Tucson AZ, is one of the most versatile prospects on the west coast. The 6-4, 205-pound athlete recently attended USC's Rising Stars Camp and performed well enough at both wide receiver and defensive back to receive an offer from the Trojans.

"It went really good," said Hall, who had an impressive showing on both sides of the ball. "It was a real good experience.

"I think I could have done a lot better the first day, but I got coached up on a lot of things and that helped a lot. The second day I did pretty good. I like the defensive side of the ball there, we were real intense and we got after it. It was a good day."


Four-star athlete Adam Hall
Hall made sure to clear his busy schedule in order to be in Los Angeles for the Rising Stars Camp and knew a good performance could result in an offer.

"We talked and they said they wanted to see me in person. They think I am good enough to play at that level and they would like to see me down there," Hall said of the USC coaches. "I made a big point to get down there because I had a lot of stuff to do.

"I made it down there, and after the first practice of the second day they said before you leave the camp we need to talk to you a little bit."

At the conclusion of the two-day camp, Hall went up to Coach Carroll's office in Heritage Hall and after talking with the coaches, he received an official scholarship offer from USC.

"It was real exciting," Hall said about receiving the offer from Pete Carroll. "I was speechless for a minute."

With the skills to compete on the college level on either side of the ball, Hall says he is willing to play wherever he fits in best.

"They saw that I worked out on both sides and they were really happy about me working out on defense," he said. "They said they like me on the defensive side but they also see great potential as an offensive player."

Receiving a scholarship offer wasn't the only thing that the four-star recruit took away from his experience at USC.

"There was so much that I took from the camp as far as technique and drills and working out," said Hall. "When we went into their strength room, I learned a lot about how they workout, and that is more or less what I would rather do than what some of these other programs are doing."

With the camp circuit coming to a close, Hall plans to sit back now and research all the schools that have offered him.

"I'm still open and looking at a lot of stuff on schools," Hall said. "I haven't really sat down with the people that are helping me decide what is best for me.

"I'm just going to let it come to me instead of trying to rush it."

Stay tuned to SCPlaybook.com for regular updates on Adam Hall throughout the recruiting process.


Adam Hall makes the catch in front of Cliff Harris at USC's Rising Stars Camp.

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