Former Texas Commit Daeshon Hall Decides On Washington

The Texas Longhorns lost another recruit when 2013 Lancaster, Texas defensive end Daeshon Hall decided to decommitt on Thursday from Texas to be closer to family in Seattle. Hall made a quick decision on Friday by deciding to in fact stay close to his one-time home and play for Washington.

Hall was still considering Texas, Texas A&M, Oregon, Notre Dame and USC. His decision to choose Washington was so that he could stay closer to family, and also that he loved it at the school.

This is a big blow to Texas because the 6-foot-6, 230-pound Hall has an NFL type body, is rated as a three-star defensive end by Rivals and is the No. 39 ranked player in the state of Texas.

For all the latest news and notes on Texas' latest blockbuster class, check back with SB Nation Dallas' exclusive StoryStream. Also head over to Burnt Orange Nation and Barking Carnival.

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