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Catching Up with Clemson Commit PJ Hall

By Big Shots Nation, 10/29/19, 12:00PM EDT


PJ Hall is a senior at Dorman High School in Roebuck, SC. At the conclusion of the year, Hall will head to Clemson University to begin his collegiate career for Coach Brad Brownell and staff. Prior to his commitment to the Tigers, Hall was also considering GT, Florida, Tennessee, and VT.

We had a chance to inquire more about PJ Hall’s decision, and what he is looking to bring to the program. 

Question: What made Clemson the school for you? 

PJ Hall: “Each time I went to Clemson it felt like home eventually that’s what made me realize that it needed to be my home for the next 4 years.”

Question: What are you looking to bring to the program? 

Hall: “I’m looking to bring every asset I possess with me, I’m a 2 way player that can sit down and guard and am I rim protector. I add a stretch big to their roster who can pick and pop, roll, post up. I see the floor great and find the open man as wells I hope to be able to showcase a complete package at Clemson.”

Question: Do you have any major personal or team goals you want to accomplish while you are at Clemson? 

Hall: “While have huge goals while I am at Clemson. First off I want to be in the tournament every year. I want to win the ACC. I want us to have a final 4 run. If you don’t aim for stuff like that then why even play, why play to lose.”

Question: What areas of your game are you working on developing? 

Hall: “Right now I am working on my handles a lot and expanding into a better stretch big. My handling is progressing fast and I can’t wait to showcase it when I get the chance in my senior year of high school at Dorman.”

Question: Who is your favorite player to watch and why? 

Hall: “My favorite player to watch has to be either Giannis antetokounmpo, or Kevin Durant. Both are seemingly unguardable. And both of them have amazing stories on how they got to the NBA.”

We wish PJ Hall and his family the best of luck and look forward to following his career as a Tiger in the ACC.