FSNextTV: A weight lifted for Hall

Daeshon Hall

Wednesday was the first day I'd seen four-star defensive end Daeshon Hall smile since knocking Wichita Falls Rider in double overtime in early December to advance to Lancaster's first ever state championship game. "A big weight is off my shoulders," he said, following a stressful month of recruiting, and donning his new maroon cap. We bring you a look into his jam-packed Signing Day ceremony.

Hall made clear that having the opportunity to play in the SEC while remaining close to his mother and younger brother in Lancaster was the top sell for Texas A&M.

Full commitment story HERE.

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