Fairfax (Va.) Robinson is known for producing good football talent, and this year should be no exception. Robinson has a defensive end this year with plenty of talent, and he's turned a lot of heads.
Olu Hall is a 6-foot-5, 220 pound defensive end from Fairfax (Va.) Robinson, and may be the next in the school's line of top recruits.
"Olu is being very heavily recruited," said Robinson coach Mark Bendorf. "We aren't going to get into the schools that have talked to him a lot yet publicly, since it's so early it could negatively affect him. But I'll just say he's received a lot of interest. Most schools are talking about him as a defensive end, so that's probably where he projects to play at the next level.
"He has multiple offers at this point," said Bendorf. "A lot of top 10 and top 20 schools have offered Olu so far."
Hall is, by Bendorf's description, a "tall, mobile defensive end," and those type of players are valued more and more in recruiting each year. What are his plans for the summer?
"I don't think he's going to be going to any camps over the summer," his coach said. "We do our own thing as a team in August. We're going to get away from everything and go to a location that we won't publicly specify. That's a really good idea for high school teams because it really lets you get away from everything, all the distractions. If he has time to go to any other camps he might, but I'm not sure if he will."
Right now, Hall has offers from Virginia, Virginia Tech, Maryland, Penn State, NC State, North Carolina and others.