Four-star defensive tackle Marque Hall from Marshville (N.C.) Forest Hills has five schools currently vying for his services, but has one obstacle standing in his way of taking a closer look at his top schools. He has taken the first step, however, in alleviating this problem, so official visits will be in his immediate future.
“I just took the SAT last Saturday,” Hall commented. “My mama said I had to wait to set up any visits until after I pass it.” He said he expects to receive his results in the next week.
NC State, North Carolina, Virginia Tech, Virginia, and Tennessee continue to lead for the No. 69 prospect on the prestigious Rivals100 list and No. 8 defensive tackle in the nation, and these schools will most likely be the recipients of his visits. He says they are all even right now, but there are three things he will be looking for on his trips.
“I will be looking at the school, the fans, and if the team is like a family,” he said. He plans to wait the process out and said he will make a decision in either January or February.
Marque stands 6-foot-5, weighs 305 pounds, and runs the 40-yard dash in 4.8 seconds. He has helped lead Forest Hills to a 7-4 record this season, and will take them into the first round of the playoffs this upcoming Friday.
So far on the season Hill has recorded more than 50 tackles (22 for loss), seven sacks, seven fumble recoveries, and six blocked field goals. Going into his senior season, he had already been selected to the all-league team three times.
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