Hall has it all

Tucson (Ariz.) Palo Verde Magnet receiver Adam Hall has exactly what the college coaches are looking for.
Size, check.
Hall is a very good looking 6-foot-6, 205-pounder.
Speed, check.
He's been timed as fast as 4.56 seconds in the 40-yard dash.
Game, check.
He's been dominating teams for more than two years now.
Oh yeah, he also has an impressive list of suitors, too.
"I've talked to some coaches from UCLA, and Arizona State is saying they're really interested now," Hall said. "I already have some good offers from Arizona and Colorado, but I'm trying to get to as many camps as I can."
Hall said he's been getting plenty of mail and attention from schools all over the Western part of the country. The mail started out as a trickle, but has quickly turned into shoeboxes full of information.
"I was just going through the shoeboxes," he said.
"Boise State sends me a lot of stuff. Washington sends me a lot of stuff, too. I think Oregon State is going to offer me. They've been to the school three or four times now. I'm going to their elite camp. I'm also going to UofA, Oregon State, trying to get to Oregon and also Colorado for their junior day. I'm also either going to the Fort Worth or Los Angeles NIKE Camp."
With Hall's size some schools might be open to looking at him on the defensive side of the ball. Hall said he's not totally closed to that, but would prefer to play on offense.
"I'd like to play on offense because of my size," he said.
"I just make plays happen, even when I don't have the ball. I'm also a good student of the game. I know what people are going to do before they do it, and that really helps me."