"We start two-a-days on the 6th," said Hall. "I am real excited about it. I am really looking forward to it. We have the week off this week. Our coach wanted us to get focused on the season."
The talented two-way standout knows that this week may be the last week of extended rest he gets for some time.
"I am expecting us to do really well," said Rashard. "We're going to take things one game at a time. If we overlook certain teams we may start to crumble. We are just trying to look at one game at a time and even one practice at a time."
Hall holds several offers, but ironically the schools he chose to camp at, Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt, South Florida and Florida, have yet to offer. Rashard reports that he is wide open and has not begun to truly narrow the field.
"I am not going to get into a whole lot of that right now, but I am going to take some visits," said Hall. "I am not waiting for any certain offer. If it's going to come, it's going to come. There are some schools that I am interested in like Georgia Tech and Vanderbilt who want to see some early game tape before they make a decision, so I will be sending that out. I would like to get something from Tennessee. I am interested in them too."
Rashard is very happy with the pace of his college recruitment and is appreciative of the schools he has had the chance to get to know.
"I am at a stage where I am comfortable with the process, but I would like to be a little more comfortable," Hall said. "I have gotten to a point where I talk to some coaches pretty often, but I am mainly focused on my season right now."
"Coach Turner from Mississippi State and Coach Nelson from Louisville are the coaches I talk to most," said Rashard. "I talk to Coach Douglas from USF, but not as much as the other two."
Despite a crowded field, no school is attempting to force their way to the top of the talented safety's pecking order.
"Nobody is really pressuring me," explained Hall. "Everyone respects the fact that I want to go see all of the facilities and things like that before I make my decision. Louisville is probably the most serious about getting me up there to see everything right now. They are already talking about me coming up to the Syracuse game on the 22nd."
Rashard does not have a time frame set up for a decision, nor does he expect to set one. Hall believes he will know when the time is right.
"Once I find the place that I feel fits me the best academically and the city it's self, I think I am going to know," said Rashard. "Once I know, I'll know, but I won't know until I get the chance to see their facilities."