There is a good reason that D-I schools from coast-to-coast have shown interest in linebacker/fullback Prince Hall (6-1, 242, 4.55) from Moreno Valley, Calif. The reason is on either side of the ball this guy can flat out play.
Hall was selected first-team all-CIF, all-county, and all-league for his stellar junior season performance.
On the offensive side of the ball, Hall rushed for 896 yards on only 96 carries for an average of 9.3 per carry while scoring 13 touchdowns.
The amazing thing about Hall’s offensive stats is he did as a part time back who only played 50% of the time on offense. He will get more snaps on the offensive side of the ball in 2004.
Hall will play both running back and fullback. In the single set, he will be the single back.
Hall is just as or even more impressive as a linebacker. On defense he was a one-man wrecking crew racking up 152 tackles in 10 games. He plays the linebacker position with reckless abandon. He flies around making plays.
For his career Hall has approximately 350 tackles. He has played on the varsity level since his freshman season and even won a starting after the third game of his freshman season.
Hall has never looked back. He has been selected underclass All-American for his frosh, sophomore and junior seasons.
“Prince is legit,” Moreno Valley new coach Ted Wadkins said. “He’s pretty special.”
“I should know since I’ve had to coach against him,” Wadkins said. “There’s a reason Prince is getting offers from coast-to-coast.”
“(USC coach) Pete Carroll showed up to our practices this past spring,” Wadkins said. “USC would offer Prince as a fullback but he wants to play linebacker.”
Hall has offers from Alabama, Oklahoma, Kansas State, Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon and Oregon State to give you a partial look at the quality programs that are serious about Hall.
“Prince will definitely take trips before he makes his decision,” Wadkins said. “He will start to narrow things down a bit.”