There is little doubt no player in Colorado had a better season than 2015 Cherry Creek running back Milo Hall. The 5-9 185 pounder was key to the Bruins’ state title run rushing for nearly 2,300 yards and 29 scores.
Hall was especially productive in playoffs rushing for 481 yards in the semifinal and final, against Ralston Valley and Valor Christian, two of Colorado’s top defenses. In the final, Hall’s 24 yard touchdown run not only helped secure the 5A title, but was the epitome of the back’s style, combining quickness, power and vision.
Hall’s very impressive game has garnered earlier offers from Wyoming, New Mexico State and Northern Colorado. Yesterday the talented back reported he picked up two new offers with South Dakota and Idaho now on board.
Hall is gaining significant mid-major interest and he may also make a visit to Colorado State in the near future. Although not possessing prototypical size, Hall’s combination of skills, especially his ability to catch the ball out of the backfield could transfer nicely to multiple Pac 12 and Big 12 programs.