As a Recruit
Jordan Hall is the ultimate team player. Hall said he used his national-level recruitment to bring attention to his teammates that might not have gotten exposure on their own. Hall said it was an important part of what he wants to be as a friend, teammate and leader. It’s something his high school coach, Randy Randall Jr., quickly picked up on. “Jordan is a great kid, but I know we have other great kids in our program that we’re really trying to push forward and shine some light on them also to get them where they want to go,” Randall said. “Jordan helped get them some attention, and that’s a great thing.” Hall said that’s just who he is. “It’s been fun going through the motions and everything,” he said. “Honestly, it’s a dream come true. It’s a blessing. I never take it for granted. I work as hard as anybody else and I try to separate myself from the majority of people, not trying to get myself mixed into too much stuff. But honestly, it’s just fun overall.”
Reminds Us Of
HS Class of 2007
2011Draft: Rnd1 /Pick13
Jordan Hall's first step quickness and jump off the snap are among the best in the 2023 cycle. His ability to disrupt along with the size and physical dimensions remind us of Nick Fairley.