But for Hall, it's not just about his strength. It's about other qualities that he possesses. "I consider my speed and vision as the strengths of my game," Hall said. "I want to get faster and also stronger so if I do play safety in college, I'll have that strength," he said.
Hall is a prospect who could play any defensive back position or as a kick returner and be affective. He showed that ability and several others as a junior. "This past season I had multiple punt and field goal blocks," said Hall. "I had seven interceptions, seven touchdowns, where four were on special teams and one receiving. I was second leading tackler with 75 as a cornerback," he finished.
Hall's performance has helped him to gain quite a bit of attention and an offer. "I hear from Kentucky, Louisville, Marshall, Cincinnati, Notre Dame, Purdue and Boston College," he said. "I have a full ride (offer) from Marshall," said Hall.
At this point Hall has made a few visits, mostly to the in-state schools, Louisville and Kentucky. He's also got some camp appearances set up.
"I plan to go to a Top Gun Camp for Max Emfinger Recruiting and I will also be playing in the All-American game for Max Emfinger Recruiting," said Hall. "I will be at some combines and hopefully a few one day camps," he finished.
Daylen, like many players, has continued to work on his game during the off-season and he hopes that work has helped him to improve. "I've already gained 20 pounds since last football season. I'm looking to keep that weight and top my forty (yard dash) even lower than a 4.33 (where he has run in the past)."