Five-star wide receiver Jalen Hall (6-foot-3, 186 pounds, Los Angeles, CA) has plenty of suitors for his commitment, but it looks like ESPN has enough confidence to project a location for their No. 4 overall prospect.

Though ESPN says to “watch out” for Ohio State, the network ultimately predicts Hall to stay in L.A. and to play for USC.

From ESPN: (Insider only)

USC is only a few miles down the street from his high school, so the Trojans certainly have the local appeal. Arizona holds a commitment from teammate Greg Johnson, and a number of national programs are pushing hard. Michigan held a satellite camp on his campus, while Nebraska has focused on Hawkins among a number of California high schools. Hall has been to USC multiple times during this season but could take all five of his official visits next fall before announcing a decision.

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Hall, consensus top recruit for the 2018 class, currently holds offers from 37 different schools. 247Sports currently has him as a 100-percent lock to commit to USC, but if Hall is insistent on taking all five officials next year before committing, then a lot of thing could change between now and then.

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Bo was born in Atlanta, GA, and has always been a savvy sports follower. He attended Georgia Tech and has previously worked with ESPN TrueHoop, HawksHoop, and the Georgia Tech Newsroom. He covers national college football for FanBuzz.
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