PV's Adam Hall commits to UA

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He's among the best college football prospects to come out of a Tucson high school in several years and today Adam Hall says he'll play his college ball at the University of Arizona.

The 6'5", 210 pound offensive threat made the announcement at Palo Verde High School Friday morning.

Hall had narrowed his choices to Arizona, the University of California-Berkeley and the University of Oregon, all members of the Pacific 10 conference.

He had kept his choice very much a secret prior to the announcement.

Hall has collected a trophy case full of awards. He was just named a Parade Magazine All-American, he played this year in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio and was named to the Army's All-American team, he received Player of the Year awards this year from multiple area news outlets and twice has been named to the Arizona Football Coaches Association First Team All-State.

At Arizona, Hall could become an offensive threat as a freshmen. He has excelled at Palo Verde both in running and passing plays from scrimmage, but also as kick-return threat. He has also played on the defensive side of the ball as a safety. It's possible, though no one at the UA has discussed this, Hall could play both offense and defense. That's very unusual in today's Division 1 college football.

Full details on Hall's announcement tonight on the Fox 11 Sports Force at 9 p.m.