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USF Football Player Profile: #73 OL Jeremi Hall

Career profile of USF offensive lineman Jeremi Hall.

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#73 OL Jeremi Hall - 5th Year Senior, 6’5”, 332 lbs.

2016 Stats: Jeremi was originally slated as a backup at right guard, but after a little bit of shuffling before the season, Hall took over as the starter at left guard, where he started all 13 games.

2015 Stats: Hall played in eight games, all as a left guard behind Thor Jozwiak.

2014 Stats: Hall made his USF debut in the season opener against Western Carolina. He ended up appearing in seven games as a backup guard.

2013 Stats: Jeremi redshirted.

How He Came To USF: Hall starred at Tri-Cities High School in East Point, Georgia, just south of the Atlanta city limits. Following his junior year, Jeremi was named to the Georgia all-state team by The Associated Press, while the Bulldogs had their best season in school history, finishing 10-3 with a trip to the state quarterfinals. Hall was committed to Georgia Tech for months, but he took an official visit to USF in January and Paul Johnson flipped out and took away his offer. Hall then committed to USF late. Besides the Yellow Jackets, Jeremi had offers from Ole Miss, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, Kentucky, and Texas Tech.

Recruiting Rankings: Jeremi was a three-star prospect on all the recruiting sites (Rivals, ESPN, 247, and Scout).

Follow Him On... Jeremi is on Instagram at bigjerm_73. He doesn't appear to be on Twitter.