DE Daeshon Hall flips from Washington to Texas A&M

By Chris Huston | College Football Writer
DE Daeshon Hall is staying close to home in Texas. (247Sports)

Texas A&M continued its hot recruiting streak, this time flipping Washington defensive end commitment Daeshon Hall back to College Station.

The 6-foot-6, 220-pound Hall, a native of Lancaster, Texas, signed with the Aggies on Wednesday, spurning the Huskies after being committed to UW (and before that, Texas) for the better part of six months. He's one of six defensive linemen to sign with head coach Kevin Sumlin.

Hall is rated the sixth-best defensive end in the country by 247Sports, and he bolsters an A&M recruiting class that is slated to finish in the top 10 in the team race.

It's a big loss for Washington, which loses an athletic rush end coming off the edge. However, the Huskies still are expected to sign touted ends Marcus Farria and Joe Mathis, although there are concerns about Mathis qualifying.

 
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