"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."