Hale: "I Made A Great Decision"

Just a few weeks after he committed to Wake Forest, Harvey Hale visited Wake's campus.

Wake's most recent commit, Harvey Hale joined Deacon commitments David Weaver and Kevin Swinton in Winston-Salem, North Carolina to visit Wake Forest's campus this past weekend, taking in the atmosphere at Wake as well as Wake's contest against Boston College.

"It went great," said Hale. "The coaches, the players, everything -- it was great."

The 6-foot-2 guard from Albuquerque, New Mexico made his decision to play for Skip Prosser on September 1st. He was the third commitment Prosser recieved for the 2005 class -- joining Weaver Swinton in that class.

According to Hale the coaches at Wake Forest were the biggest factor in his commitment to be a Demon Deacon.

"The relationship I had with the coaching staff was very important," Hale replied. "I had a great time, putting faces with names, it was just great man, I fell in love with the school even more."

The Rio Grande High School product also said that Prosser told him anybody has a chance to start. "Anybody has a chance to start, if you work good things will happen. I got a chance to do good things if I play hard."

Hale, who averaged 24 points a game during his junior campaign, is excited about being a Demon Deacon and didn't shy away from saying it.

"I made a great decision."

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