Four-star athlete prospect Adam Hall (6-4, 205, 4.5) from Tucson (Ariz.) Palo Verde had an outstanding senior season that saw him pick up over 30 offers for his senior season performance. He has continued his fine play in Hawai'i versus the mainland all-star game that saw him account for 11 tackles and one pick.
Right after the game, Hall jetted back home to take an official visit to Arizona.
"Arizona was a really good trip," Hall said. "I had a good time and I felt very comfortable at Arizona."
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"Though the visit went well, I feel I want to wait it out," Hall said. "I will probably wait until I visit USC and Oregon. I could also end up visiting Oregon State."
Hall will visit USC on January 9th and Oregon January 16th.
There is still no rest for Hall as he is currently in San Antonio, Texas getting ready to participate in the US Army All-American Bowl on January 5th.
Hall one of the nations' most versatile players will showcase his talents as a wide receiver in this game. There aren't too many players who make two postseason All-Star games at two different positions. He is being recruited as an athlete.
For Hall's senior season, he scored 40 touchdowns, had 860 receiving yards, 1,100 rushing yards and 1,000 return yards. It is not clear at this time if he broke the state single season all-purpose yard record, but he is close.
As a junior, Hall returned six punts for touchdowns with a long of 98 yards. He would have had 10 punt return scores, but four were called back.
On the offensive side of the ball, Hall had 30 receptions for 630 yards and scored eight receiving touchdowns. He rushed the pigskin for 300 more yards and two rushing touchdowns.
As a defensive back, the talented Hall, racked up 109 tackles, had five picks, which three were returned for touchdowns, four forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.
For his junior season, Hall earned first-team all-region, first-team all-city, first-team all-area and first-team all-state.
Hall was selected to the Rivals.com Rivals250 team for the class of 2009 and he earned a spot on the Rivals.com Arizona Preseason Top 30 team landing as the Grand Canyon State's No. 4 prospect at any position.