Right now the hottest recruit in Colorado is 2015 Cherry Creek back Milo Hall. Yesterday, the big play back, who averaged over eight yards a carry last season, picked up two offers, first from Wyoming, quickly followed by New Mexico State. The Cowboy and Aggie offers came soon after an initial offer from Northern Colorado. Catching up with a busy speedster like Hall is no easy task, but PrepColorado was able to slow him down long enough for an interview.
What is it like getting two offers in a day?
Hall: Great feeling! I'm blessed and honored to know I have a Division I FBS offer now.
Word is Wyoming would like you to play slot receiver, where will you play?
Hall: More of a slot. Wyoming said I can possibly play running back in some formations.
Do you feel the move to slot is an adjustment you can make?
Hall: Yes absolutely! All summer I have been working as a slot with my 7 on 7 team.
What did you think of the Wyoming staff?
Hall: Great guys, I liked them a lot.
Have you been to New Mexico State?
Hall: I have not been there yet. I'm going to visit this summer.
What position do the Aggies want you to play?
Hall: Running back
Are you going to any other camps this summer?
Hall: I'm finished. It is time to focus on my high school season.
Do you feel like other schools are close to making offers?
Hall: Yes Alcorn State. Also, I have been talking with Utah State and Eastern Washington.
What part of your game are you trying to improve on?
Hall: Catching the ball is the main thing.
What is the strength of your game?
Hall: I will have to say my awareness on the field and my capability to make people miss in open space.
Let's talk team, what does Cherry Creek need to do to challenge for a state title?
Hall: We have a lot of good talent, so it is going to come down to playing as a team and work on fundamentals.
Hall: Santino Marchiol started as a true freshman last year at linebacker. Anthony Martinez is our tight end, he has great hands.
A multi tool offensive player, who is already being recruited at two positions, expect Hall to expand on his offer sheet this offseason. Further, leading a cadre of talented players, Hall and his Cherry Creek squad will be a threat for a 5A Colorado football title.