After netting 14 offers since November, productive Wichita (Kan.) Northwest running back Breece Hall announced his top 8 on Sunday. Iowa State, Kansas State and TCU survived the cut, along with Tennessee, Nebraska, Michigan, Rutgers, and Missouri.
So blessed to be able to play this game💯 Commitment next ‼️‼️ pic.twitter.com/YCva3Tvg13
— Breece Hall™ (@BreeceH) June 24, 2018
Iowa, Kansas, Louisville, Minnesota, Ole Miss, Purdue and South Dakota State have extended offers, as well, but were left on the outside.
Although Hall hasn’t publicly named a favorite, things seem to be trending in Iowa State’s favor. The Cyclones were the first to extend an offer on Nov. 21. Hall has since made multiple trips to Ames, Iowa, with the most recent being for a two-day stay in mid-June. Of those still in the mix, Hall has also visited Nebraska, and most recently, Tennessee on June 21.
He’ll graduate in December and become an early enrollee.
A workhorse ball carrier, Hall rushed 201 times as a junior, totaling 2,082 yards and 32 touchdowns, in addition to 12 receptions for 130 yards and 3 more scores. He’s ranked as the nation’s No. 70 running back prospect and as the No. 5 player in Kansas, per the 247Sports composite.