Need any further proof that Tucson (Ariz.) Palo Verde Magnet four-star receiver Adam Hall is one of the top players in the West? Looking at his 6-foot-4, 195-pound frame and great highlights from his junior should be enough.
But when you see his offer list that has started to rapidly expand, it makes it even clearer that Hall's status as a four-star prospect is very worthy.
Hall already had offers from Arizona, Arizona State and Colorado on the table. But he recently picked up an offer from Washington State.
"I honestly don't know a lot about them yet," he said. "I know they're a good Pac 10 program that has a new coach. I'm sure they're going to do some exciting things up there."
Speaking of exciting, Hall said another offer that came in on Tuesday really got him excited.
"I just got offered by Oregon today," Hall said. "I was like 'wow,' when I got the offer. I am like 'I can't stop moving around' because I'm so excited. I had to walk out of class to collect myself."
Hall said the offer from the Ducks puts them right near the top of his list. In fact he said he likes the Oregon offer better – at this point – than the two in-state offers.
"Oregon would be higher on my list now," Hall said. "I really like the school. They also have sick uniforms and you have to love everything about the NIKE contract they have. The coach said kids love playing in those uniforms. He was like 'you'll love the way ours fits.' They are sick man."
But as Hall told GoAZCats.com earlier this week, he's still not sure if he's ready to head out of state.
"I am not sure if leaving the state is what I want to do," Hall said. "I really like the environment here in Arizona and there is no reason to leave but I am going to look around because other places have a lot to offer that we don't have in Arizona.
"It will have a lot to do with feelings, surroundings and what is best for my family and me. There are things I see that interest me and other schools have the same thing so it is going to be a matter of me finding out the best environment for me."
But now that Oregon has thrown an offer on the table, it'll be interesting to see what develops.