BYU Football: QB Jaren Hall Returns Home From His LDS Mission Today
Hall will look to compete for playing time in the wide open BYU quarterback battle.
Three-star QB prospect in the Class of 2016 from Maple Mountain High School
The BYU quarterback battle is carrying over into the summer and training camp and when camp starts up on August 3rd, coaches will have a new quarterback to evaluate. Pro-style quarterback Jaren Hall out of Maple Mountain High School.
Hall’s father, Jaren (former BYU running back in the early 90’s) was on ESPN 960 back in March and stated that Jaren will be returning home from his LDS mission to Roseville, California on May 1st.
Spring term begins today at BYU, so Hall has the opportunity to get a term under his belt before training camp begins.
Hall was one of the top quarterback prospects in the state of Utah in the class of 2016. Had his recruitment down to BYU and Utah, before ultimately signing with the Cougars.
Hall threw for 5,109 yards and 52 touchdowns-25 interceptions in his three years at Maple Mountain. He also piled up 659 yards on the ground.
Many have speculated as to whether or not Hall will switch positions when he gets to BYU. His father emphatically stated in the interview embedded above, “he’s a quarterback.”