2016 Maple Mountain (UT) quarterback Jaren Hall committed to BYU on Thursday, with the news coming from Scout:
2016 Maple Mountain quarterback Jaren Hall (@J_tom24) committed to #BYU moments ago. Great pick-up for the #Cougars. http://t.co/WM5g9xVzHT— Doug Kimmel (@DougKimmelScout) October 16, 2014
Jaren Hall, the son of former BYU running back Kalin Hall, is a listed as a dual-threat quarterback who stands at 6-foot-0 and 185 pounds. Through nine games, the junior has thrown for 2,043 yards, 21 touchdowns and 7 interceptions for Maple Mountain. The three-star recruited (as rated by Scout) has also added 166 yards and a TD on the ground.
Hall has quarterbacked Maple Mountain since his freshman year when he won the starting job late in the season. His career totals are 278-529 for 3,983 yards, 38 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. Earlier this season against Pleasant Grove, Hall passed 27-42 for 328 yards and 4 TD.
Hall is listed by recruiting services as having held offers from BYU and Utah.
You can check out Hall's highlights on his Hudl page. The tape reveals Hall as a comfortable pocket passer with the ability to extend plays with his feet and continue to create with his arm.
Hall's commitment adds to BYU's quarterback pipeline with Utah's #2 prep passer Kody Wilstead already committed in the 2015 class.