Hall Headed To C-USA

College of the Sequoias quarterback Arkelon Hall, who started his collegiate career at Washington State, has committed to finish his career in Conference USA...

College of the Sequoias has churned out its share of D-I prospects in the past few years, and another COS player has made a commitment to a D-I school.

Quarterback Arkelon Hall, who began his career at Washington State, has committed to play at Memphis and will sign later this month.

"Tommy West loved what he saw from Arkelon," said Tony Perry, one of Hall's coaches at Fresno Edison HS, where he prepped. "Arkelon will have a chance to go down there and play early."

Hall graduated from Edison in 2005 after a stellar prep career and an invitation to the Elite 11 QB Camp in the summer of 2004.

After injuring his foot while in Pullman, Hall chose to transfer back to California, where he played this year for COS.

"It was a good decision for Arkelon to come back and get a chance to play. He may get his year back from his foot injury so he could have three years to play at Memphis, but at least two," said Perry.

This past fall, Hall threw for 2,398 yards and 13 touchdown passes, averaging 239.8 yards a game with a rating of 113.5.

Hall also rushed for 144 yards and five touchdowns.

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