One of the state of Virginia's finest players wants to make it known that it's not a two-school race. Has he set up any visits yet?
6-foot-5, 220-pound defensive end Olu Hall of Fairfax (Va.) Robinson runs the 40-yard dash in 4.7 seconds and has superb pass rushing skills. He has offers from some of the nation's top programs.
"Virginia and Virginia Tech are two really good schools with football programs that are great too," said Hall. "There's a chance I could end up at either place. But I want to make it clear that it's not a two-school race, and I'm not limiting myself.
"I'm open to just about any school that offers or shows interest in me, and if that school isn't one of those two, then I'll give them my full attention. I know a lot about those two schools already, so I'm not going to visit them officially. I need to learn more about the schools not in this area. I don't think it would necessarily be a bad thing to go to school out of state."
Some of those schools are NC State, North Carolina, Miami, Clemson and others.
"There's a real good chance that I'll take an unofficial visit to NC State soon, and I might get to some other places too. I haven't set my official visits up yet, but that's something I'll need to do before too long. Like I said, I don't think I'll be taking officials to UVA or Virginia Tech. That doesn't mean I don't like them, just that I already know a lot about them. I'm going to the Miami-Virginia Tech game and I've already been to Virginia's game against Florida State."
Hall will set up his official visits before too long, and make his decision later in the recruiting process.