Texas Longhorns: Jason Hall

Top position classes: DB 

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With national signing day in the books, RecruitingNation is looking at the top position classes. For the full series, click here.

Nationally (and SEC)

The top class of defensive backs goes to Alabama, by a landslide. While the Crimson Tide have provided many recruiting firsts in recent years under coach Nick Saban, the 2014 class is the first to have two five-star cornerbacks in the same cycle in the years ESPN has been assigning star rankings. No. 8 overall Tony Brown (Beaumont, Texas/Ozen) and No. 15 Marlon Humphrey (Hoover, Ala./Hoover) have the size and speed that Saban and his staff made a must in 2014. Add in No. 3 safety and No. 27 overall Laurence Jones (Monroe, La./Neville) and Alabama signed three of the very best at defensive back. Factor in that No. 7 athlete Ronnie Clark (Calera, Ala./Calera) seems destined to begin his career at safety and the Crimson Tide dominate in the secondary despite having missed out on coveted safety target C.J. Hampton (Meridian, Miss./Meridian).

The Crimson Tide had the nation’s best defensive back class; here’s which schools had the best in each of the remaining power conferences:

Incoming impact countdown: No. 19-23

February, 17, 2014
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Now that they’ve signed their letters of intent, Texas’ incoming recruits can officially toss their stars in the trash. They don’t matter now.

While such ratings and rankings are helpful throughout the recruiting process, they mean nothing once a player sets foot on campus and joins the program. Gold stars won’t decide who gets to play as a freshman. Preparation, fit, need, raw talent, confidence, some good fortune -- a whole lot of real stuff matters now.

In 2013, only three Texas true freshmen -- Kent Perkins, Tyrone Swoopes and Jacorey Warrick -- and two junior college transfers played in a signing class of 15. Which members of this next class have a chance to help out the Longhorns from Day 1?

This week we’re breaking down the Texas signees by their ability to make an early impact during their time on the 40 Acres, counting down from No. 23 to No. 1.

23. RB Kevin Shorter
Newton (Texas) | 6-foot, 190 pounds

2013: 630 rushing yards, 9 rushing TDs, 11 receptions, 224 receiving yards, 4 receiving TDs

Shorter knows playing in 2014 is not likely because of the spinal cord injury he suffered in October. If he’s going to don the burnt orange in his time in Austin, Shorter could need a procedure and will need the approval of UT doctors. He’s facing a long road to recovery but hopes a college career is at the end of the road.

When healthy, Shorter was one of East Texas’ most dynamic athletes, capable of changing games as a rusher, receiver and defensive back. He was all over the place in Newton’s Wing-T offense and could touch the ball in a variety of ways in a college offense if cleared to play again.

D'Onta Foreman
Max Olson/ESPNThree-star signee D'Onta Foreman has the frame to be a physical running back or a linebacker.
22. OT Elijah Rodriguez
Houston Cypress Creek | 6-6, 280

A last-second January find by the new coaching staff, Rodriguez was set to sign with Colorado but couldn’t turn down becoming a Longhorn and following in his grandfather’s footsteps. He had a dozen offers but remained a sleeper prospect throughout the past year.

Rodriguez already has said he’ll likely take a redshirt in 2014, but he’s excited about the prospect of devoting a year to his development. Texas loses three starting offensive linemen but has plenty of talent in the cupboard. Rodriguez’s talents probably won’t be needed this fall, but he has the right mentality going in and could be a guy that surprises in this class down the road.

21. RB D'Onta Foreman
Texas City | 6-2, 217

2013: 2,102 rushing yards, 31 rushing TDs, 22 tackles, 12 TFLs, 5 sacks, 1 interception

Where does he fit in best on a college field? That’s a question that has to intrigue the new Texas coaching staff. Foreman was an underrated commit last summer who runs a legit 4.4, a power back who also busted a 99-yard touchdown run as a senior. His stats in his final year at Texas City made Texas look awful smart for offering.

While Texas could need some help in the backfield, especially if Johnathan Gray is slow to get back to the lineup, Foreman just might be a linebacker, too. He’s certainly got the size and frame to develop toward that role. For now, he should just focus on getting qualified and getting to Austin.

20. S Jason Hall
South Grand Prairie | 6-2, 190

2013: 57 tackles, 6 interceptions, 6 pass breakups, 2 touchdowns

It’s hard to peg whether Hall is underrated or properly rated on this list, because it’s obvious Texas has some real needs at safety for 2014 and beyond. But Hall has been underestimated throughout his high school days, and he’ll arrive in the summer with every intention of contributing early.

He brings nice size to the safety spot and has dedicated a lot of time to working with DB coaches and raising his game. Hall’s game might blossom with a redshirt year, especially in the weight room, but don’t count him out for immediate playing time just yet.

19. DT Jake McMillon
Abilene | 6-3, 245

2013: 43 tackles, 4 TFLs, 1 sack, 3 pass breakups

It wouldn't be shocking at all if McMillon works his way up this list in the summer, because his reputation for hard work at Abilene was impeccable. He’s an interesting kind of tweener along the defensive line -- Texas coaches considered him a defensive tackle in camp last summer -- but one who brings a lot to the table.

No matter where new defensive line coach Chris Rumph puts McMillon, there’s going to be a need for depth throughout the Texas line in 2014. His best bet for the future is probably to bulk up toward a spot up the middle, but he is versatile and will agree to whatever is required to chip in for the Longhorns early in his career.

Texas coaches back on the road recruiting 

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The dead period is over and it’s time to hit the road. Charlie Strong has his new coaching staff in place and is ready to get back to work on closing out Texas’ recruiting class.

The Longhorns currently have 21 committed prospects, though several are looking to take official visits elsewhere this month. There are big-time recruits still available. And don’t forget the new names who are sure to pop up on Texas’ radar in the next few weeks.

Here’s a rundown of where things stand and what names you should know entering the end of the dead period.

Solid commitments


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AUSTIN, Texas -- Duane Akina, the longtime Texas defensive backs coach and caretaker of “DBU,” will not be retained on new coach Charlie Strong’s staff, a source has confirmed.

Akina had coached the Longhorns secondary for nearly 13 years but acknowledged his tenure at Texas is over on Friday in a series of posts on his Twitter account.



Akina came to Texas in 2001 and in in his time in Austin coached 11 current NFL defensive backs, two Thorpe Award winners and 14 first-team All-Big 12 selections.

Akina briefly left in January 2011 for Arizona and returned to coach the unit again for the 2011 season. He had served as assistant head coach under Mack Brown since 2008.

His departure was not a major surprise, considering expected defensive coordinator Vance Bedford coached the secondary at Louisville, but the news that Akina is leaving elicited a strong reaction on Friday from his former players.



Texas has not lost any verbal commitments over the news that Akina is leaving, but two commits said they were stunned by the news.

Three-star safety Jason Hall (Grand Prairie, Texas/South Grand Prairie) said he’s still solid in his pledge but was disappointed to learn he won’t get to play for Akina next season.

“It’s a tragic loss for Texas, the one who built ‘DBU’ where it’s at right now,” Hall said, “but I’m pretty sure Coach Strong has his logical reasons to not rehire Coach Akina.”

Jalen Campbell, a cornerback in Texas’ 2015 class from Corpus Christi (Texas) Flour Bluff, has been committed since last March and said the prospect of continuing the "DBU" tradition at Texas under Akina was a big reason why he chose Texas.

“It was surprised and I’m still kind of shocked a little bit,” Campbell said. “Nobody really knew if he was going to stay there or get kept or not. I liked him a lot, he’s real fun. Even when I went for sophomore day, he was yelling and screaming and stuff. It was exciting to see a DB coach with that much passion.”

Beford has yet to be announced as Texas' defensive coordinator but is officially listed in the UT directory. Incoming strength coach Pat Moorer and linebackers coach Brian Jean-Mary have also been added to the directory.

Weekend recruiting wrap: Big 12 

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Texas Tech and West Virginia each scored verbal commitments from athletes in the 2014 class, and in case you didn’t get the memo: Texas is relevant again. Wins tend to make people forget the immediate past.

There were several other updates from Big 12 programs from the weekend, including one 2015 athlete landing his third Big 12 offer. Here are some of the highlights:


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OU-Texas: 2014 recruiting tale of the tape 

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When the Red River Rivalry is played, records are thrown out the window. When the game’s over, some love looking into the future to play “what if” with the next batch of talented college players.

While both teams have some room to land uncommitted recruits, both are pretty happy with where they are currently. Texas has 24 commits, and Oklahoma has 14, and when comparing ESPN 300 athletes, Texas only has a 7-5 lead.

Which team has the Red River Rivalry recruiting edge this year? Here’s a breakdown of eight positions and which team holds the edge for now.

Quarterback

Perhaps the most competitive comparison between the schools is at quarterback. ESPN 300s Justice Hansen (Edmond, Okla./Santa Fe) and Jerrod Heard (Denton, Texas/Guyer) are the nation’s No. 4 and No. 5 dual-threat quarterbacks. Hansen is the Sooners’ top-ranked commit and has proven himself a first-class leader of the class. Heard already has one state championship ring, and he’s hoping for a repeat performance in December before arriving at the Forty Acres.

Advantage: Oklahoma

Dallis Todd
Erik McKinney/ESPNOklahoma will get 6-foot-5 playmaker Daliis Todd in its 2014 class.
Running back

There are high expectations for both ESPN 300 Samaje Perine (Pflugerville, Texas/Hendrickson) and Donald "Duke" Catalon (Houston/Eisenhower). Perine is a physical specimen with the combination of power and finesse at 6-foot and 213 pounds. Catalon, at 5-10 and 193 pounds, has the agility and overall balance to make him a potential every-down back. Texas also has three-star Kevin Shorter (Newton, Texas/Newton), a player who plays with a chip on his shoulder, looking to show that he should be mentioned with the elite talent.

Advantage: Texas

Wide receiver

Neither Texas nor Oklahoma will be complaining about their receiver crop. The Longhorns have an ESPN 300 player in Armanti Foreman (Texas City, Texas/Texas City), a rising star in Emanuel Porter (Dallas/Lincoln) and a player in Garrett Gray (Marble Falls, Texas/Marble Falls) who caught 13 passes for 293 yards and five touchdowns in a game last year. Oklahoma has size and athleticism in 6-5, 210-pound ESPN 300 receiver Dallis Todd (La Mirada, Calif./La Mirada) and a 6-7, 180-pound end zone threat in Jeffery Mead (Tulsa, Okla/Union)

Advantage: Texas

Tight end

Oklahoma has done well with recruiting tight ends and was able to land ESPN 300 players Carson Meier (Tulsa, Okla./Union) and Mark Andrews (Scottsdale, Ariz./Desert Mountain). Meier is the No. 5 Y-tight end in the country, while Andrews is the No. 8 H-tight end. Texas also has a good one in junior college pledge John Thomas (Bossier City, La./Trinity Valley Community College). At 6-6 and 255 pounds, Thomas can be used as both a reliable blocker and receiver.

Advantage: Oklahoma

Offensive line

It’s hard to believe that between the two schools, only three offensive linemen are committed.

Sooners commit Alex Dalton (Troy, Ohio/Troy) is considered one of the nation’s top centers, and guard Jonathan Alvarez (Mesquite, Texas/Horn), with his work ethic alone, will surprise a lot of people in a couple of years. Texas, like Oklahoma, has a four-star center committed in Terrell Cuney (Jasper, Texas/Jasper). Cuney is a player who might see immediate playing time as a freshman.

Advantage: Texas

Defensive line


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Best Big 12 classes by position 

September, 10, 2013
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There is still plenty of work for every Big 12 program to do before the completion of the 2014 recruiting cycle. But one can begin to at least paint an outline for how each class is going to look come February.

Here is a look at which Big 12 teams have the best 2014 recruiting class at each position.

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Critical positions in Big 12 recruiting 

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What’s the most critical position in the Big 12? It depends on who you talk to. In a conference that rides its offensive reputation, some coaches are hoping to land players that will help them score points, while others are looking for the prospects to prevent points.

As official visits become finalized and uncommitted players get closer to announcing their commitments, here is a look at some of the most critical positions in recruiting for the Big 12 teams.

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Stat check: Longhorns 2014 commitments 

September, 2, 2013
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Here is a look at how each one of Texas’ 2014 commitments faired this week:

Derick Roberson
Max Olson/ESPNDefensive end Derick Roberson helped Brennan shut out San Antonio Holmes 52-0 on Friday.
• ESPN 300 defensive end Derick Roberson (San Antonio, Texas/Brennan), the No. 8 DE in the country, helped Brennan shut out San Antonio Holmes 52-0 on Friday.

• ESPN 300 wide receiver Armanti Foreman (Texas City, Texas/Texas City) caught three passes for 62 yards and a 44-yard touchdown in a 48-0 win over Dickinson.

• ESPN 300 quarterback Jerrod Heard (Denton, Texas/Guyer) completed 12 of 18 passes for 179 yards and two interceptions and rushed 18 times for 103 yards in a 38-28 loss to Cedar Hill (Texas).

• ESPN 300 cornerback Jermaine Roberts (New Orleans/Saint Augustine) helped the Purple Knights defense hold Amite to six points in a 35-6 victory on Saturday.

• ESPN 300 outside linebacker Otaro Alaka and Houston/Cypress Falls lost to Conroe (Texas) Oak Ridge, 37-16.


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Big 12 recruiting mailbag

August, 23, 2013
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This week’s Big 12 recruiting mailbag takes a look at a recent Iowa State transfer, a few Oklahoma State topics and when the Longhorns’ 2014 class will start reflecting its “DBU” ways.

John Goorsky (Ames, Iowa): What are your thoughts about the recent addition of D'Vario Montgomery to the Cyclones?

William Wilkerson: I think it’s a very important pickup for Paul Rhoads and the future of the program. Montgomery should transfer seamlessly given his history with Cyclones starting quarterback Sam Richardson. The two were high school teammates in Winter Park, Fla., where Montgomery was a two-time all-state selection with 21 touchdown receptions as a junior and senior.

Not only will it benefit them immediately but it also helps give someone like ESPN 300 receiver Allen Lazard (Urbandale, Iowa/Urbandale) more incentive not to look elsewhere. Just because Lazard is committed to ISU right now doesn’t mean schools are going to stop pursuing him. If anything they’ll come after him harder. Having Montgomery on board, as someone who could take some attention of Lazard in future packages, could entice Lazard to stay put.

Robert Thomas: What will Oklahoma State have to do to move into a top 25 class?

WW: Keep doing what they are doing and live up to the expectations that have been placed on them for the upcoming season. It’s really that simple. If the Cowboys win like they should, the recruits will come. They especially need to win the marquee matchups at home, when their sidelines should be packed with official visitors. Getting guys like ESPN 300 receivers Malachi Dupre and Cameron Sims on campus to see the renovations around the football facilities would be huge.

Mike Gundy has recruited well in-state so far, with the commitments of Devon Thomas and Gyasi Akem, the two Broken Arrow teammates. The Cowboys are still in the mix for four-star safety Steven Parker, as well. Getting a commitment from any three of these recruits would greatly increase their chances of finishing with a top 25 class.

@pt2479: How good can @RichardLagow be in this system?

WW: If the transfer quarterback from UConn is given the opportunity, I think he could be productive. He’s larger than most of the quarterbacks that have come through Mike Gundy’s system, but that’s not to say he wouldn’t be capable of moving the chains like others before him.

The Cowboys recruited him out of Plano (Texas) High School in 2013, so there must have been some inclination that he could work out in the system, even though a scholarship offer was never extended. He was actually going to be working in more of an up-tempo offense at UConn this season as the Huskies transition from a pro-style offense. But he’s going to have to beat out some stiff competition after he redshirts this season. Class of 2014 commitment Mason Rudolph (Rock Hill, S.C./Northwestern) is the No. 7 pocket passer in the nation.

@1jaydub: When does Texas start focusing on DBs for 2014 to get back to DBU Football?

WW: Defensive back has been a focus of Texas’ coaching staff from the jump. They just haven’t gotten the commitments ... yet. They’ve got two commitments in four-star CB Jermaine Roberts (New Orleans/Saint Augustine) and three-star safety Jason Hall (Grand Prairie, Texas/South Grand Prairie), a former Nebraska commit. But some big dominos are about to fall that will tell the tale.

John Bonney (Houston/Lamar) surprised Texas’ staff last weekend with a visit. He wants to commit somewhere before the season. ESPN 300 safety Edwin Freeman (Arlington, Texas/Bowie), who has long had Texas No. 1, will decide sometime during the season after he takes some official visits. ESPN 300 safety Jamal Adams (Lewisville, Texas/Hebron) will officially visit Texas this fall. And the Longhorns still feel like they are in the mix for ESPN 300 CB Tony Brown (Beaumont, Texas/Ozen). If the Longhorns get any of these four they’ll feel much better about where things stand.

Weekend wrap: Big 12 recruiting 

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It was a busy weekend for commitments around the Big 12 with over half of its universities garnering commitments. Here is a look at some of the bigger names that gave their verbal pledges and some key developments in the recruitment of an ESPN 300 safety.


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Three-star safety Jason Hall (Grand Prairie, Texas/South Grand Prairie) has finally committed to the Longhorns.

Hall, who confirmed the commitment via text, had long been rumored to be a Texas lean even before he decommitted from Nebraska on July 5. He had been committed to the Cornhuskers since May 8.

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Max Olson/ESPNJason Hall made his long-awaited commitment to Texas on Saturday.
When he cuts ties with Bo Pelini’s program, though, Hall said there were other schools he was still considering such as Baylor, Oklahoma, Iowa and Utah.

But that all changed when he met with Texas head coach Mack Brown, co-recruiting coordinator Bruce Chambers and defensive backs coach Duane Akina in Austin at the Texas Stampede on Saturday.

Hall, who stands 6-foot-3 and 192 pounds, helps the Longhorns fill a desperate position of need at the back end of their secondary. He is the first safety commitment of the class and the second defensive backs pledge along with ESPN 300 cornerback Jermaine Roberts (New Orleans/Saint Augustine).

It remains to be seen if Hall’s commitment has any affect on ESPN 300 safeties Jamal Adams (Lewisville, Texas/Hebron) and Edwin Freeman (Arlington, Texas/Bowie), and four-star recruit John Bonney (Houston/Lamar).

Adams will officially visit Texas on Nov. 16 for the Oklahoma State game. Freeman has long had the Longhorns at the top of his list, ahead of TCU and Texas A&M, but still wants to visit LSU before he commits somewhere before his season. Bonney also wants to end his recruitment before the season kicks off but has been pretty mum on who his favorites are.

As for the here and now, though, Hall gives Texas its 22nd commitment in 2014 and a boost in its secondary. He will likely start out at safety but is versatile enough to play cornerback if needed.

He picked up his offer during Texas' June 9 minicamp.
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  • Texas Stampede visitors list

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AUSTIN, Texas -- Texas hosts its first-ever Texas Stampede recruiting event on Saturday. Here’s what you need to know going into the big, one-day event and which recruits we’re keeping an eye on this weekend.

Five things to watch

What’s the message?

We know this recruiting event is not a camp. No 40-yard dashes will be run, no position drills will be conducted. Nearly every recruit attending already holds an offer from the Longhorns and doesn’t need to prove his value at this point. Most of them have already been on campus for one of Texas' various events -- junior days, sophomore day, spring game, state track, camp – and the majority aren’t coming to get a tour of facilities and the campus. What’s going to set this day apart and make it a meaningful one for Texas’ chances of landing each prospect? Is it about promoting a family atmosphere and working hard to win over parents? Will recruits attending Stampede see and do things that no other visitor has this spring or summer? We’re curious to see how Texas sets itself apart on Saturday.

The big fish

Tony Brown
Tom Hauck for Student SportsLonghorns coaches are hoping to get Tony Brown on campus for the first-ever Texas Stampede this weekend.
If Tony Brown were the only recruit scheduled to attend Texas Stampede, it would still be a significant recruiting day for the Longhorns. The Longhorns have long believed they were in good shape to land the Beaumont (Texas) Ozen two-sport star, and getting him on campus Saturday for one more visit before he takes official visits this fall is potentially huge. The timing is perfect for Texas, too, because it gives Brown and his family a chance to spent time with the new Longhorns track and field staff. Head coach Mario Sategna and newly hired hurdles coach Tonja Buford-Bailey are already recruiting Brown, and they will be critical figures in Texas’ hopes of signing him.

The Fab Four

Most members of the the Daylon Mack-created “Fab Five” we first told you about in May are expected to be on campus Saturday, including Mack himself. Whitehouse (Texas) safety Justin Dunning and Sulphur Springs (Texas) safety Larry Pryor Jr. won’t make it to Austin, but Mack (Gladewater, Texas/Gladewater) will be joined on the trip by Gilmer (Texas) cornerback Kris Boyd, Mesquite (Texas) Poteet linebacker Malik Jefferson and Longview (Texas) running back Ja’Mycal Hasty, the only member of the pact who doesn’t have a UT offer. Mack has suddenly shown increased interest in Texas and assistant coach Bo Davis, and the four recruits visiting have all said Saturday is their opportunity to catch up with one another and discuss what each is thinking. There’s no doubt the Longhorns will be in that conversation after Stampede.

Pulling the trigger

Saturday might not go like most Texas sophomore and junior days, where you’re sitting by the laptop repeating tapping refresh and waiting with nervous excitement to find out who committed to the Longhorns. That’s not what Stampede is about – the goal is to continue to get ahead with kids, even if that means that few leave campus committed. Several members of our five to watch below could go ahead and commit, but don’t be surprised if you see only one or two make that move.

Unifying the classes

Texas is recruiting now like it never has before, as the 2014 and 2015 classes are almost equally important in terms of their attention and efforts. We’ve written plenty about which guys are the leaders of the 2014 class, but realistically, wouldn’t now be the perfect time to unify these two classes? We’re expecting 18 of the Longhorns’ combined 28 commits from these two classes to attend Stampede. Shouldn’t it be their goal to start working together to recruit everybody else?

Five recruits to watch

2014 CB Tony Brown (Beaumont, Texas/Ozen)

Those in the know insist that Texas is still in the running for Brown, despite many believing this is a two-horse race between LSU and Alabama. If Brown does show up -- there is a chance he could, though nothing has been confirmed -- it would go a long way toward confirming what the Longhorns already believe. Brown is still a ways away from making any sort of announcement. However, he does want to enroll early so he can run track in the spring of next season, wherever he decides to go. He would like to take some of his official visits and Texas figures to have a good chance of receiving one of them.

2015 OG Patrick Vahe (Euless, Texas/Trinity)

This one only seems like a matter of time. Vahe unofficially visited Texas on Monday and all reports are that the visit went great. The No. 4 OG in 2015 and No. 79 player overall in the ESPN Junior 300 will make a return trip to the Texas Stampede, and few would be surprised if he went ahead and joined cousins Sione and Maea Teuhema as 2015 Longhorns commitments.

2014 S Jason Hall (Grand Prairie, Texas/South Grand Prairie)


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New school on Jason Hall's radar 

July, 25, 2013
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If nothing else, one advantage Jason Hall (Grand Prairie, Texas/South Grand Prairie) received after decommitting from Nebraska earlier this month was that he had a chance to truly weigh all of his options.


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