Forest Hills (Marshville, NC) defensive tackle prospect Marque Hall completed two official visits within the past five days today, when he returned home from NC State. He made an official visit to UNC last Friday, and immediately went to NC State following his stint in Chapel Hill.
Both visits went very well, although he admitted he was a little worn out from the experience.
“Yeah, everything went good,” Hall said. “I’m just really exhausted right now. UNC was good. The highlight was probably hanging out with the players. It was the same at NC State…just hanging with the players. I feel like I fit in at both places.”
The UNC and NC State trips were his second and third official visits, with his first being to South Carolina earlier this month. So far, it does not appear that any visit, or school for that matter, stands out over the rest.
“All of my visits so far have been pretty much similar,” Hall said. “I don’t have a favorite visit. And right now, everything’s still pretty much the same with my favorites. All of my schools are even.”
The 6-5, 305 pound Hall plans on making his final two visits, to Tennessee this weekend and Virginia Tech on January 30th. In fact, Hall finalized his itinerary with the Volunteers this evening.
“I don’t know what to say right now about Tennessee and Virginia Tech because I haven’t visited either one yet,” Hall said. “I’m still taking both visits. I’m just looking forward to making my visits because I’m kind of ready to get this over with.”
In the end, Hall says his decision “will be based on where I feel most comfortable. I’ll be able to tell after I take all of my visits.” He expects to announce his choice on Signing Day.
Marque has been making his official visits with his mother, who helped him decide which schools he would officially visit. Currently, Marque says his mother is not letting on to who her favorite school or schools are.
“She hasn’t told me yet,” Hall said with a laugh. “She’s letting me take my visits and experience the schools for myself, and then we’ll make the decision.”
One factor that will not have a big part in his decision is playing time. Hall, who is now being recruited by all five schools to play defensive tackle (NC State had previously mentioned offensive tackle), does not care about competition on the next level.
“Playing time isn’t a factor for me,”...
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