More and more college programs are beginning to recognize Stephon Hall‘s talent, which is resulting in him receiving more Power Five offers.
The latest program to extend an offer to Hall was Neal Brown and the West Virginia Mountaineers. This news comes on the heels of Hall getting offers this week from Boston College, Syracuse, Navy and Wake Forest.
“Right now, I’m just trying to remain humble about all of this,” Hall told Pittsburgh Sports Now. “Don’t get me wrong, I’m really excited about this but I need to keep my cool, keep working and most importantly stay humble. I can’t get too high about this and want to stay level headed.”
The way Hall is starting to receive offers this week is reminiscent to what happened to Peters Township 2021 safety Donovan McMillon prior to his recruitment exploding, as he’s now become a national recruit. Hall admits to PSN that the more offers that come in means his recruitment is going to become that more difficult and could take longer for to make his final decision.
Hall is a rangy, physical player that has a nose the for ball and that’s something that the West Virginia staff liked about him when they called and offered Thursday night.
“Coach Vic from West Virginia called me to tell me that they were offering,” said Hall. “He told me they liked how rangy I was and liked how much contact I make on the field. West Virginia is a really nice offer, I never thought I’d receive one from them. I’ll definitely consider going to West Virginia.”
Speaking of going to, Hall had plans to make a bunch of visits to schools in March and April but all of that has been placed on hold until the coronavirus pandemic is under control. Hall tells PSN that he wanted to go visits schools such as Purdue, Pitt, Syracuse, Akron and Bowling Green.
As far as Pitt goes, Hall tells me that he’s still in regular contact with them and talks twice a week with Panthers safeties coach Cory Sanders.
Including the offer from West Virginia, Hall holds offers from Pitt, Akron, Eastern Michigan, Bowling Green, Kent State, Toledo, Central Michigan, Ball State, Wake Forest, Syracuse, Army, Navy and Boston College.