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An athletic outfielder with solid bat speed and plus running ability, Hall was at TNXL Academy this spring but didn’t play much early in the year due to a suspension. He eventually left the program and returned to Ocoee (Fla.) High, but scouts didn’t get to see him play as much as they would have liked. When scouts were able to lay eyes on Hall, his swing looked different than it did last summer, when he showed potential to routinely impact the ball with strong hands. But even at his best last summer, Hall had an aggressive approach and swung and missed frequently. He took that aggression to the base paths, where his speed allows him to be a threat at any time, and the outfield, where he can make tough plays and chase down balls in the gaps. He needs to refine his route-running, but he has solid-average arm strength that could allow him to play any of the three outfield positions. Hall has the raw tools to rank much higher than this—he was a top-100 prospect on our Preseason Top 200 list—but he will need to refine all aspects of his game in order to get the most out of his tools. Hall is committed to Miami.