Marvin Hall might be a little undersized but the Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey wide receiver can get lots of things done on the field and now he knows where he wants to play his college ball.
Hall, a 5-foot-10, 175-pound three-star prospect, committed to Washington on Friday over offers from Arizona State, Colorado, Fresno State, Nevada, Oregon State, Wyoming and others.
"I love the coaches and their style of play and I just feel like I can fit in with their program," Hall said in a text message.
Despite missing four games in his senior season with an ankle injury, Hall finished with 31 receptions for 673 yards and nine touchdowns. Dorsey finished 10-2.
Hall, who can also play cornerback and be a return specialist, said he does not plan to take any more trips. He's finished with his recruitment and plans to stick with his Washington commitment.
The Dorsey standout has visited Fresno State and was at Oregon State last weekend but is done going on the road.
It has been a relatively busy recruiting day recruiting-wise for the Huskies, who picked up a commitment from three-star defensive end Stephan Nembot, a former Washington State pledge.
Nembot is a 6-foot-7, 270-pound prospect who also had offers from Arizona State, UCLA, Oregon State, Stanford and others.
He had long kept in contact with the Washington coaches and finally switched his pledge as coach Steve Sarkisian finishes up the Huskies' 2011 recruiting class.