There is no question that wide receiver, Marvin Hall (5-11, 175, 4.4) from Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey is seeing his stock soar in just over a week he has received three offers lifting his total to four.
Before last game, Hall had 15 receptions for 413 yards and five touchdowns while averaging an astounding 27.5 yards per catch. He has a long catch of 80 yards, which he brought to the house for a score.
Hall also gets the job done as a special teams player. He has three punt returns for 178 yards and two touchdowns with a long return of 85 yards, also brought back for a score. He also has 86 yards on three kickoff returns.
Obviously, Hall is a big time playmaker who can help a team in a variety of ways. Wyoming was the first school to offer and over the last week, Hall has received offers from Washington, Oregon State and Fresno State.
Dorsey assistant coach Carver Russaw explains why his hidden gem is all of sudden taking off on the recruiting trail.
"Last season our go to guy was Robert Herron, who is now playing as a true freshman at Wyoming," Russaw said. "Marvin's explosiveness has been eye opening that is why Washington, Oregon State and Fresno State have all offered him and that was the reason that Wyoming offered before them.
"Marvin is extremely excited about all the good is happening to him," Russaw said. "We are certain there will be more offers once they see his tape."
The word is Cal is also looking at the talented wide receiver from Dorsey and could be close to offering.