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Posted On: 06/22/18 4:16 PM
A three-sport standout from Mountain Crest, Brady Hall is a guy that stays busy year-round.
Right now, he’s in baseball-mode. Soon he’ll kick into football-mode. Then he’ll be playing his senior season of hoops for the Mustangs.
A floor-general with a knack for finding open guys on the hardwood. We recently caught up with Hall, and he explained what is that makes him a standout hoopster.
“The past few years, I’ve mainly just been a passer. I see the floor really well. And defensively, I try and do a good job,” he said. “So, mainly I’m point guard who sees the floor well and tries to find the right guy, and I play really good defense.”
Last fall, Hall Injured his knee playing football, and missed the first month of his junior hoops season as a result. When he returned to action, Hall was more of a scorer than he’s ever been in the past.
Next season, his role will go back to defense and finding open teammates.
“We’ve got a couple guys coming up that can score the ball really well. So, I think my role will go back to the point guard, pass and play defense kind of type,” said Hall.
But first he’s got a baseball and football season to get through. All three are sports he could see himself playing at the next level. He’s a quarterback, and a pitcher and center-fielder for baseball.
Hall hasn’t had any hoops interest come in yet from college coaches. He’s heard some for baseball and football. He says, right now, there’s not one sport that he prefers over the other.
“What coaches say, and what’s available will be important for recruitment,” said Hall. “Also family, and being close to home is kind of a big thing. So, it all depends on how the recruiting factors go, and what fits best for me.”