2009 four-star prospect Ferrakohn Hall has transferred to a new Memphis school and will team up with one of the most dynamic guards in the class of 2010. Both Hall and his new teammate have each picked up a new offer.
Hall, a 6-foot-7, 210-pound forward, has left Memphis University School and is attending White Station along with five-star point guard Joe Jackson.
Already with an offer from Tennessee, Hall now has an offer from Memphis as well. According to White Station coach Paul Ross, Louisville, Florida, Texas, Arizona, Kentucky, Florida State, Miami and Texas A&M round out his list.
Jackson also has a school list of ten schools according to Ross. A recent offer from Texas A&M joins previous offers from Memphis, Tennessee and Ole Miss. Arizona, Villanova, Illinois, Uconn, Texas and Louisville are also on Jackson's list.
"We expect all the schools on their lists to come in during September and offer scholarships if they haven't already," said Ross. "There is some interest between them in going to school together, but we will see on that."
Hall is the No. 61 ranked prospect in the class of 2009, and Jackson is the No. 7 ranked prospect in the class of 2010.
Ferrakohn Hall scouting report:
A long, athletic combo forward, Hall can play both with his back to the basket and facing the basket. He has a soft touch out to around 17-feet and is quick off the floor as an offensive rebounder. Passes the ball well, but Hall does need to work on his ball handling. He also needs to develop a more physical side to his game.
Joe Jackson scouting report:
Still in the physically developing, Jackson is as dynamic an athlete as you'll find at the point guard position. Capable of dunking over opponents, Jackson can also hit the deep ball and make the difficult midrange shot. Not just a scorer, he is also a playmaker with a high basketball IQ.