Oregon, Wisconsin offer 2023 4-star DL Jordan Hall

Peter Warren09/26/21
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Jacksonville Westside four-star defensive lineman Jordan Hall had a busy Sunday morning.

The No. 85 recruit in the 2023 On3 Top 100 snagged offers from two of the best programs of the past decade: Oregon and Wisconsin.

Jordan Hall has plenty of suitors

The offers are just the latest in Jordan Hall’s collection from top programs.

From the state of Florida alone, Hall has been offered by Florida, Florida State and UCF.

He visited all three school during the summer

Hall also made a trip north to Athens, Ga., to visit Kirby Smart and Georgia over the summer.

Indiana, Miami, Michigan and Ole Miss have all also offered Hall.

Hall’s list of suitors is not surprising given his talent and skill. He is the 11th-best defensive lineman in the nation for a reason.

Jacksonville Westside is off to a rough 1-4 start to the season but Hall has been a force of nature.

Jordan Hall has 4.5 sacks, 11 tackles for loss, 15 quarterback hurries and two blocked field goals.

How are Oregon and Wisconsin recruiting in the class of 2022

While both schools are making big inroads in the 2023 recruiting cycle, Oregon and Wisconsin still have plenty of time to further develop and improve their 2022 classes.

The Badgers have three players in the 2022 On300 in Milwaukee Whitefish Bay interior offensive lineman Joe Brunner, Johnson City (Ill.) High safety Austin Brown and Stoughton (Wis.) Fall River offensive tackle Barrett Nelson.

But Wisconsin will likely add to that number in the coming weeks, as they are favorites for multiple On300 players. This includes interior offensive linemen Carson Hinzman and Billy Schrauth, who rank No. 123 and No. 126 in the On300.

Oregon has eight players in the On300, highlighted by No. 26 overall recruit and second-best offensive tackle Kelvin Banks.

But the strength of the class is in its wide receivers and defensive backs. Of those eight On300 players, six of them are wideouts or play in the secondary.

San Diego Lincoln cornerback Jalil Tucker leads the secondary recruits and Anaheim (Calif.) Servite wideout Tetairoa McMillan leads the wide receivers.