Five months after de-committing from Ohio State, Terrell Hall has decided to take his talents to central Alabama. The four-star, weak-side defensive end from Washington, D.C. is sixth-ranked at his position for the 2016 class.
Hall, who had over 30 offers, has visited Alabama unofficially multiple times, with one of those being the Ole Miss game. Linebackers coach Tosh Lupoi has done most of the recruiting when it comes to Hall, pitching him back in the summer when he was still committed to the Buckeyes. In an interview with AL.com back in July, Hall said of Alabama:
"(They said) basically this is the right fit for me and the perfect fit for me as far as playing the JACK linebacker and showing off my athleticism. I can pass rush and stop the run but I can also drop in coverage. Basically, they think that I belong in the SEC."
Hall is 6-5, 250 pound recruit who narrowed his choice down to Alabama, Maryland, Florida State and Ole Miss on Feb. 1 before ultimately picking Alabama. Here is what Scout had to say about his talents:
"Hall brings a terrific combination of athleticism, explosion and body control to the defensive end position. He gets off the line of scrimmage quickly, knows how to dip his shoulder to get past the offensive tackle on the inside or outside, and he has the length and change of direction to bring down the ball carrier."
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