Terrell Hall is one of the country’s top defensive ends, and right now, he’s considered to be a strong Alabama lean.
According to his 247Sports Crystal Ball, 81 percent of recruiting analysts that have made a prediction on where he’ll play college football believe he will end up with the Crimson Tide.
Hall, a four-star prospect from St. John’s College (Washington, D.C.), told SEC Country’s Zach Abolverdi that he‘ll take an official visit to Alabama on Jan. 22. He told us what he likes about the Crimson Tide.
“They show off your versatility,” Hall said. “They drop you in pass coverage, you get to pass rush. They led the country in sacks this year I believe. It really changed my mindset about them when I saw that they led the league in sacks. I’m really close with the coaching staff.”
The 6-foot-5, 250-pounder is intrigued with the possibility of playing under Nick Saban, but he may be more excited for the chance to play under Alabama’s assistants.
“Nick Saban is a really good coach, but I also love that position coaches and the strength and conditioning coach, Scott Cochran, puts you in a really good position to succeed,” Hall said.
In addition to his trip to Alabama, Hall will visit UCLA on Jan. 15 and Ole Miss on Jan. 29. He has already taken official visits to Florida and Florida State.
Hall, who is Washington, D.C.’s No. 1 prospect, de-committed from Ohio State in August.
He is rated as the nation’s No. 5 weakside defensive end.