July 18, 2024

Indiana has secured a commitment from 2025 defensive line prospect Jhrevious Hall. Head coach Curt Cignetti and his staff have added a crucial player to their 2025 recruiting class with the news of Hall’s commitment. The 6-foot-2, 270-pound standout from Columbia Central High School in Columbia, Tennessee, made his decision after an official visit to Bloomington last weekend.

Hall shared that his visit to Indiana University met all his high expectations.

“Indiana was great and exactly what I expected,” he said. “The atmosphere and the staff were impressive, and the players were welcoming to me and the other recruits. My family and I loved it.” Hall had previously visited IU for a Junior Day event in February and developed a strong relationship with his future position coach over the past few months.

“I really like Coach (Pat) Kuntz,” Hall said about the defensive tackles coach at Indiana. “He’s the main person I talk to daily. He’s my guy.”

Hall mentioned that the coaching staff and the defensive scheme were significant factors in his decision to choose Indiana.

“What made Indiana the right choice for me was the coaching staff’s commitment to winning and changing the culture at IU,” he explained. “I feel I fit their scheme perfectly. They want defensive linemen who can get vertical and make plays in the backfield, and that’s my strength.” Academics also played a vital role in Hall’s decision, with Indiana’s top-ranked business school being a major draw.

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“Another thing I liked was their highly ranked business program,” Hall said. “I plan to major in business entrepreneurship.”

The feedback Hall received from current players reinforced his decision to commit to IU.

“I spent time with the players, and they told me there’s been a significant culture change,” he said. “After hearing that, I knew Indiana was the place for me.” The Hoosiers are recruiting Hall, a three-star prospect, to play in the middle of their defensive line, believing he is an excellent fit for their system.

“They see me as a perfect fit for their system,” Hall said. As a junior, Hall recorded 82 tackles, 30 tackles for loss, 13 sacks, and four forced fumbles. He is ranked as the 18th best player in Tennessee and the 43rd best defensive lineman in the nation.

Hall chose Indiana over offers from Auburn, Duke, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Missouri, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Eastern Kentucky, and Tennessee State.

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