Two weekends ago, Jake Hall had one of his best games, throwing for 220 yards and two touchdowns as San Juan Capistrano (Calif.) JSerra Catholic upset powerhouse Orange (Calif.) Lutheran.
Hall, a 6-foot-5, 210-pound pro-style quarterback, said he was happy with his performance and that the whole team prepared well all week. It was one of the biggest upsets in Southern California this season.
"It was a huge win," Hall said. "It was our second Trinity League win ever and it was nice to get it done. It was my first as a starting quarterback so it was a really big deal.
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"We practiced well, we prepared well and we came out and executed. We didn't let off the gas pedal and we kept going and were successful."
UNLV has offered Hall, who said Nevada, San Diego State and UCLA are showing the most interest. He plans to wait a little while to make any decisions to see if other programs get involved.
"I'm going to take my time," Hall said.
JSerra Catholic lost to Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei Friday night to end the regular season so Hall could soon focus more on recruiting.
He's planning an official visit to UNLV in early December and is definitely open to hearing from other colleges.
"I was out (at UNLV) for a quarterback camp my sophomore year, I don't remember too much about it but I like the coaches, they're good guys, they've been successful and they're turning the program around so I like it," Hall said.
"I'm currently in the process of scheduling a visit to UNLV in early December but no official visit date has been set yet."