"On my list, I've narrowed it down to Middle Tennessee [State], Troy State, and Wake Forest. Each of those schools would be a good option for me."
Hall, a well-spoken prospect out of Milton, Florida, spoke in-depth on each of his favorites.
"Middle Tennessee State – They give me a chance to compete right away. I like the city and the players. And they're going to play some big time teams out of conference and they have my major. I plan on majoring in sports medicine."
"Wake Forest – Well they give big-time education and school," Hall said. "It's another chance for some playing time and the city is not too big but close enough to big cities. I like the staff just like I like the staff at Middle Tennessee."
"Troy State is right up the road from home. The head coach is really really easy to get along with – a really nice guy. The new offensive coordinator is a really nice guy as well. They've got their community and alumni base behind them with the stadium expansion. They're pumping Troy State football up. It would be nice to be a part of that."
Hall, who said he was being recruited at quarterback for all three schools, said that he had in-homes with Middle Tennessee State and Wake Forest this week.
"Both visits were great," Hall said. "[The Middle Tennsseee coach] was really spirited and really stressed how much they wanted me. He said that I could be a difference maker. They even brought in a jersey and everything. He also brought along the quarterbacks coach, the coach that's recruited me, and a graduate assistant."
"Wake's was good too. Coach Grobe basically said that the degree from there is pretty much having an Ivy League education. He believes I'm a good player or he wouldn't be there. He told me that there is definitely a chance to come in and compete and the best player will get the job."
Hall, who received offers from all of his favorites, Ole Miss, South Florida, Kentucky, and Navy, said that a decision will come very soon. In fact, he is expected to decide today.
"I'll be making it [Friday]," Hall said. "I'm going to go into my high school coach's office, talk to him, and give him my decision. We'll call up the schools there and let them know."