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3-Star Recruit Jordan Hall ‘In Love With Everything’ at West Virginia

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Three-star offensive lineman Jordan Hall (6-foot-8, 320-pounds), “fell in love with everything” during his visit with West Virginia.

When I visited back in January and got to have my first feel for the program and the facility I fell in love with everything,” said Hall in a text to a reporter with WV Sports Now. “From the facility to the atmosphere it was my first P5 visit so it was breathtaking I’ll be back on June 17 for camp!”

Hall visited the school as part of their junior day event back on January 30. According to his 247Sports profile, he hasn’t yet been offered by the school. However, he will be back in Morgantown on June 17 for their summer camp.

When asked to compare himself to a NFL player, Hall named Trent Williams of the San Francisco 49ers. Williams is a nine-time Pro Bowler with the 49ers and Washington Redskins. Hall said the two have a similar style and ability.

“I compare myself to Trent Williams because of his style, how de dresses on the field down to his ability to do certain stuff,” said Hall.

Off the field Hall lives like any other teenager. He enjoys playing video games and watches a lot of anime. It’s his community service that separates him from the rest. During the summer, he is involved with Dunn Deal Athletics, a youth sports organization that helps train young athletes.

As of now, the biggest offer Hall has is from Penn State. Hall though has 10 offers total thus far from Ashland University, Ball State, Central State, Marshall, Massachusetts, Ohio, Penn State, Tennessee State, Toledo and Youngstown State.

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