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Cherry Creek Star Milo Hall Will Put Skills on Display

Last season Milo Hall of Cherry Creek High School established himself as one of the top big play backs in Colorado. Averaging over eight yards a carry on the way to 1,400 rush yards and 14 scores. Hall was also a threat as a kick returner averaging nearly 34 yards per return.

Hall's game is based first on speed and quickness, small seams turn into big plays and touchdown sprints. Beyond the speed, the 5-8 185 pound back has surprising power. Hall runs through arm tackles and can punish defenders at the end of runs as he finishes. Hall also has the ability to make the first tackler miss, often leading to a big run. For a smaller back Hall is no nonsense, he makes his decision and gets north and south quickly.

Due to his speed and big play ability, multiple schools are showing interest in Hall as he awaits his first offer. Hall reports USC, Missouri, Colorado, Colorado State and UCLA have been in contact. In April Hall will make two Junior Day visits, hitting Colorado State on the 5th and Wyoming on the 19th.

This weekend Hall heads to Las Vegas with a team of Colorado's best to compete in the elite Pylon 7 on 7. Joining Hall is Cherry Creek teammate Joseph Parker as well as Avery Anderson and Tommy Lazzaro of Pine Creek and Eric Lee and Brian Dawkins of Valor Christian.

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