Hallmon focused on two

Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Cardinal Gibbons outside linebacker Erick Hallmon wrapped up his first in-home visit on Tuesday.
"I had an in-home visit with Bowling Green tonight," Hallmon said. "Coach (Dave) Clawson and Coach (Nick) Monroe came to see me."
The 5-foot-11, 192-pound defender, who holds an offer from the Falcons, officially visited in early November and enjoyed his time on-campus at Bowling Green.
"I went up there two weeks ago," Hallmon said. "I had a great visit there. They have a very good business program. It is one of the top ones in the country, nation-wide. I liked their facilities as well. They have a lot of new facilities and they are still in the process of building a lot of facilities. I also went in-season, so I got to see what the life of a football player is like up there."
The South Florida product is now working on setting up his second official visit.
"I am setting up a visit with Western Michigan soon," Hallmon said. "They are supposed to be coming for an in-home visit pretty soon."
At this stage, Western Michigan has yet to offer Hallmon.
The three-star prospect previously claimed offers from Buffalo, West Virginia, and Western Kentucky, but says that his options are mainly between the Falcons and Broncos at this time.
"It is mainly those two I am hearing from now," Hallmon said. "I am not leaning to anybody right now. I am just trying to follow-up on everything that is going on with schools and take some visits. I will probably make my decision at like the end of December."