Jayven Hall Can Absolutely Ball

Roswell’s All-State rising senior linebacker Jayven Hall has blown up in the recruiting world this offseason. The talented 2023 athlete updated us on the latest offers, his goals going into spring ball, and when he plans on committing.


Who all has offered you?

“EKU, UCF, Syracuse, Georiga State, ECU, Austin Peay, Charlotte, Memphis, Miami (OH), Kansas, Tulane, Marshall, App State, Liberty, Buffalo, Colorado, Tennesee State, Jacksonville State, Kansas State, USF, Coastal Carolina, Massachusetts, Howard, Bowling Green, and Kent State.”

Where have you visited? Do you have more visits planned soon?

“I’ve visited Syracuse, Memphis, and Coastal Carolina.”

“I plan on visiting Georgia Tech, App State, UCF, Howard, Tennesee State, and Colorado.”

What are your goals for spring practice?

“My goal for spring ball is to show all the other schools that I feel I’m the full package as a football player that checks all the boxes and can play both sides of the ball.”

Are you camping this summer?

“I don’t plan on camping this summer, mostly just visits.”

When would you like to make a decision?

“I plan on committing in July.”


The Scoop

After one of the most productive seasons of any linebacker in all of 7A last year, Hall seems determined to become one of the top two-way players in the state of Georgia. At 6’1″ and 215 lbs., Hall is a destructive force on the field taking on blockers with ferocious hands while also making impact tackles in the gaps. He’s a hard-hitter who does an excellent job of lining up his tackles and striking in the numbers.

Hall has outstanding acceleration, something we remember back to his Fellowship Christian days when he also played running back (he also got some carries last fall at Roswell). With several backs now graduated from Roswell, this definitely opens up the opportunity for Hall to showcase his skill set at running back playing against the highest level of competition in Georgia. Will that persuade colleges to go after him at running back? Perhaps, he has been training most of his life at RB, but his junior film firmly plants Hall as one of the top linebackers in the class. In a lot of ways, Hall reminds us of Wesley Steiner who starred at Houston County a few years back and went on to play at Auburn. He’s a talented player for sure, and personally over here at Recruit Georgia, we think he deserves more P5 offers.

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