Hall, a 6-foot-6, 220-pounder with Seattle, Washington roots, moved to Lancaster with his family for the 2012 spring semester. It was in the summer of this year that he made the move back to Washington (to Garfield HS), before ultimately winding back up at Lancaster in August, days before school started.
Hall was once committed to the University of Texas, before opening things back up June 28, only to become part of Washington football history on June 29, a day that nabbed eight verbal commitments to the Huskies.
Hall later made his official visit to UW the weekend of Nov. 9, before putting recruitment on the backburner as he and his Lancaster Tigers made their program-best 14-1 run into the Texas 4A-Division II state championship, where (regardless of a 17-7 loss to Cedar Park) Hall was named the defensive MVP with a sack and three tackles for losses.
TCU and Texas A&M upped their efforts and made stronger pushes for the defensive end in the second half of the season. It led to Hall wanting to "see what they're about," making an official visit to TCU Jan. 11, followed by A&M Jan. 18.
Walking away "surprised" by both, "loving the two more than he thought he would", it posed a difficult decision.
Does he stick with Huskies and return to his family and origins in Seattle? Or does he stay close to mom in the Lone Star?
Time will tell.
A&M is currently in-home with Hall and his family. TCU will make an in-home visit Friday. Hall will not trip to UW this weekend.