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Young QB Ready To Shine
Head coach Thomas Wilcher has established Detroit Cass Tech as a top flight program, and the talent continues to flow out of that high school. Sophomore quarterback Rodney Hall is waiting his turn to show off his skills. Hall, 6-foot-2, 195-pounds, played limited minutes on the varsity last year as a freshman, but is a prospect of note for the class of 2017. He has looked good in several summer camp appearances. "I played varsity last year backing up our starter, and I played in five games," Hall stated. "I'm a quarterback that can throw the deep ball well, and I can run the football. I'm a dual threat quarterback. I need to work on my accuracy and footwork." "With Jayru Campbell coming back this year I know I have to work harder to get reps in games," he added. "I'm going to do what I have to do to get out on the field." College recruiters are aware of Hall even though he is very young and has not played a lot of football to date. "I've already talked to Michigan, and I would love to go to there for college some day," he admitted. "I would love to hear from all the bigger schools, like Auburn and Ohio State, schools like that." Scout.com saw Hall throw the football at both the Nike Football Training Camp in Columbus, and at Sound Mind Sound Body in Detroit, and came away impressed with him. We look forward to following his career at Cass Tech.
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