Miles Hall is the newest recruit to commit to play for BYU football (Class of 2023), announcing his commitment via Twitter:
— Miles Hall (@MilesHall004) July 1, 2022
Hall is a 6-foot-2 195-pound athlete (WR/OLB/SS) that preps at Skyline High School (Salt Lake City, Utah). As a junior he had 36 receptions for 426 yards and three touchdowns and 30 tackles (13 solo) with 3.5 tackles for loss, a pass defended, a blocked field goal, and two forced fumbles (MaxPreps). He was named All-Region honorable mention.
As a sophomore Hall had 53 tackles (25 solo), with four tackles for loss, a sack, a fumble recovery, and two forced fumbles. He also ran on the track and field team (Athletic.net).
First track meet, ran a 11.05 pic.twitter.com/GYoknkvEFN
— Miles Hall (@MilesHall004) April 21, 2022
His HUDL profile shows he has a 34-inch vertical, can bench press 255 lbs and squat 335 (HUDL.com).
— Miles Hall (@MilesHall004) April 20, 2022
Hall is rated 3-stars by 247Sports (86), who rate him the no. 13 overall prospect from the state of Utah. He was also offered by Idaho State and Utah State. I caught up with Hall and asked him why he decided to commit to BYU:
“I chose BYU because I love the atmosphere of the team. Even though I am not LDS, the players were very inviting and it felt like I belonged there. It was a very hard choice between USU and BYU they both were showing me so much love and after countless talks with my family and coaches we believe the Y is the best place for me.”
When asked who he patterns his game after, he noted:
“One of my all-time favorite players is Kam Chancellor (SS, Seattle Seahawks). I am playing more safety this year and I am big for that position, so Chancellor is a good player to emulate.”