Aaron Hall – DL

Rated 3.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)


OFFERS: Southern Miss, Wake Forest & The Citadel

HT: 6’2″
WT: 272
GPA: 3.1
Class: 2019
40: 4.79
Squat: 505
Bench: 320
Power Clean: 265

What makes you stand out as a future collegiate athlete?

I’m tall and have a wide build, but I have speed on the field and I’m quick on my feet.

Hall is light on his feet and an excellent frame add on weight and grow into a defensive tackle. The powerful young man has a big motor and really like how he hustles out to the sideline to make a tackle, an attribute that should bode well at the next level directly correlates to his desire to excel. His fundamentals need fine tuning, feet get sloppy, plays too upright at times, which he overcomes with his shear size and overwhelming athleticism. Hall is a recruit to look out for this offseason and has Power 5 upside.





  1. Reply Post By Cam Reyes

    A developing young Sophomore player, but with the right coaching, could seriously be one to watch for a breakout next season.

  2. Most of the highlights seem to come from one game (batted passes, unblocked tackles, etc). He’s got the size and based on the way he moved I doubt the 4.75 is real. Fundamentally he needs to learn how to use his hands and get off blocks. I doubt he’ll be a post-season all state player this year unless he takes big strides between his Sophomore and Junior year.

  3. I’m not sure who these reviewers are but I am a parent whose son plays with Aaron. I saw all their games last year and his coaches will tell you he’s one of the fastest players on the team. He’s a sprinter on the track team and has lettered for the past two years! He was a key player on our defensive and was a main contributor to our success. This tape is not one game as you can see he’s wearing different uniforms. He has also received an offer from The Citadel this Summer. So I don’t know who Joe is but he’s another hater who’s never seen this young man play. Could he improve? Of course but that’s no reason to say he can’t be all state. I bet the coaches in his region are concerned about him.

  4. I follow this kid on twitter. He has visited Louisville, Clemson, Georgia, Wake Forest and Citadel as a recruit this Summer. For a sophomore, that’s impressive in anyone’s book. I’ve been told that he’s training with NFLers. Look for a big year and lots of double teams.

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