Texas A&M defensive end Daeshon Hall announced on his Twitter that he will return for his senior season.
I love college. To kill all speculation I will be coming back for my senior year to make some magic happen with my brothers next year #GigEm
— daeshon hall (@DaeshonHall) January 6, 2016
Hall’s decision to return to College Station in 2016 brings a sense of relief and a potential return to normalcy for the Aggies, who lost two quarterbacks in Kyle Allen and Kyler Murray to transfer as well as offensive coordinator Jake Spavital, who was let go last week.
A former four-star recruit from the Dallas area, Hall had 54 tackles (14.5 for a loss) and seven sacks to go with a pair of forced fumbles in 2015. The Aggies’ defense still needs some work, but the good news is that Hall will be back next year to be a leader alongside junior Myles Garrett and, hopefully, help the team make some noise in the SEC.
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