Four-star defensive end Daeshon Hall (Lancaster, Texas/Lancaster), despite being a Washington commit, is considered one of the hottest targets as national signing day approaches.
Hall has announced that he will choose either Washington, Texas A&M or TCU on signing day. In a last-chance effort, Hall is hosting all three schools via in-home visits this week. Texas A&M visited on Tuesday, and the 6-foot-6, 235-pound end was visited by wide receivers coach David Beaty and defensive line coach Terry Price.
“Everything was good [Tuesday],” Hall said. “It was pretty much the same old, same old. They told me that they think I can come in and play in the SEC. Coach Price said he would be excited to work with me. They also talked about academics, which was big.”
Hall said Washington will be in town on Thursday, and TCU will visit on Friday. Hall is ranked No. 40 among defensive ends nationally and No. 64 among players in Texas in the 2013 recruiting class.
Hall, who said he will not take an official visit this week, committed to Washington on June 29.