After leading his team to a 14-1 record and a 6-A Championship this season, Daylen Hall began to receive a lot of much deserved attention. "He's been to Kentucky, Louisville, Indiana; all over," said Mike Glaser of his star.
Hall doesn't have offers at this time, but that should change in the future as more teams get a chance to see his skills. "He's got tremendous quickness and speed," said Glaser. "He's a 4.40 (forty) kid. He's extremely strong too," said Glaser.
Hall stands 5-foot-9, 170-pounds, which is smallish, but that doesn't stop him from getting the job done. "He had a great year," said Glaser. "He had seven interceptions. He blocked about seven or eight kids. He scored some touchdowns on offers and a couple on kickoffs and punt returns," Glaser continued.
Hall also had 75 tackles on the season from the cornerback spot. Even with his accolades, Hall still can get better in some areas. "I think he can improve on a lot of things. At the next level, everybody's got the same speed. He's got the traits to be a good player though," Glaser continued. "I think he's an outstanding player with great upside. He's a division one player."