Hall Has Great Experience, Hopes For Offer

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Dinwiddie (VA) quarterback/athlete Chris Hall didn’t deny teammate Corey Marshall’s claim that he “almost passed out” after seeing Michael Vick in person at yesterday’s Spring Game, but seeing his favorite NFL player was only one of the highlights on the day for the 6-4, 225-pound junior.

“Virginia Tech is still number one on my list,” Hall said. “It was a great experience. The team played great team defense. They were talking on the field and the older guys out there were showing the young guys what to do. It was a great experience.”

Meeting Vick was probably the highlight of the day, though.

“I talked to him a little bit,” Hall recalled. “It was probably one of the greatest experiences of my life.”

Hall has yet to receive his first official FBS scholarship offer, but he hopes to change that soon. In addition to Virginia Tech, he is also receiving interest from Georgia Tech, Miami of Ohio, North Carolina, N.C. State, Virginia and Wake Forest. The Cavaliers and Yellow Jackets are high on his list as well, but Virginia Tech is the school to beat.

“I like the way they conduct themselves on and off the field,” Hall said of the Virginia Tech players. “Virginia Tech produces a lot of good football players and good people. They are good people in the community. I want to be that one day, for whichever school I go to.”

Could Virginia Tech be close to extending a scholarship to the talented athlete?

“Right now, I’m just waiting,” said Hall, who is being recruited by Coach Beamer and company as a tight end but would get a shot at quarterback. “I’m going up there on May 8 for a Nike Camp and the coaches want me to come back for their camp on June 5. I’ll be up there for those and I’ll probably find out after that.”

Hall is anxious for the May 8 Nike Camp, where he hopes to show off his quarterbacking skills. He played solidly last season as a junior, completing 166 of 330 passes for 2,677 yards with 23 touchdowns and 13 interceptions, but it was only his first season as the Generals varsity starting quarterback.

“I can’t wait for the Nike Camp,” Hall said. “I’ll be a great opportunity to show