My name is Collin Hall and I am currently a sophomore student at Georgia Gwinnett College. I am currently majoring in Business. Before coming to GGC, I was a college athlete (Football) for an NAIA school in Kentucky called Lindsey Wilson which is number Four in the Nation at the moment. I attended Archer High School my freshman and sophomore year and later transferred to Loganville Christian Academy in which I graduated from. I have a 12 year old sister who goes to McConnell Middle and is later going to go to Archer High school. She plays for an elite soccer team in that they go all over the place on the weekends and gets scouted by colleges already. My mom is an orthodontist in Snellville and my dad works for the Center of Disease Control and which I will probably grow up and head into business like that.
Being a college athlete, I have played the sport since I was four years old and played up a grade since than. I played for Grayson to Archer to LCA over the years. It has been a love for me and still may head my way and transfer to a D2 or D1 school next year. In my high school days, I was heavily recruited in football and had a total of 21 offers coming from NAIA, D2 and D1. My biggest offer was from Navy and Northern Illinois. Watching college sports is always the go to on the weekends in which I am a die hard fan of Michigan Wolverines. My dad is from Michigan and I've grown up watching them and ended up being a fan.
Growing up, basketball was my life. That was my main sport and love as well as football. This was another sport where I was getting recruited for in high school. Coming from Archer to LCA my game stepped up where I played travel ball known as AAU where that is where coaches scout you the most. Playing for the Atlanta Celtics and Southern Stampede i was getting looks because of the teams being so known. I was an All-State and All-Region player for my Junior and Senior year as well as Football. Averaged 21 points per game and was one of the highest scoring averages in school history. I had five offers, but ended up choosing football because of the money and what was best for me at the time. That or football still might be the move for me next year if I'm still interested.