Michigan OL Ja’Raymond Hall visits Central Michigan over weekend

Sophomore defensive lineman Mike Danna is held by a University of Toledo player during the football game against the University of Toledo on Oct. 14 in Kelly/Shorts Stadium.

University of Michigan offensive lineman Ja’Raymond Hall was on campus at Central Michigan University this weekend for a visit.

During his time at CMU, Hall met with the football team and watched practice, according to a source in the athletic department. 

The former Oak Park four-star recruit was granted his release from U-M on Nov. 28, but tweeted one day later he was still a Michigan Wolverine.

“I would like to thank everyone for the support, but I have made no decision on my future, and remain a current member of the Michigan football team,” Hall said on Twitter. “My coaches and I have been in constant communication and we share an understanding about my future that I feel comfortable with.” 

Hall committed to Michigan on Dec. 5, 2015. CMU was one of 11 school to offer him a scholarship. The 6-foot-5, 285-pound athlete enrolled early at Michigan in January, but did not see any time on the field during the 2017 season. 

According to the 247Sports Composite rankings, Hall was ranked No. 301 in the 2017 class. He was logged as the 30th-best offensive tackle in the nation.