North DeSoto Griffin and two-time Times All-Area Player of the Year Delmonte Hall told The Times Sunday that he has committed to Southeastern Louisiana.
“Southeastern made me feel like home. I love the coaches and the players and their community,” Hall said.
He announced the move on Twitter.
“Proud to announce that I’m shutting my recruitment down … I’ve decided to commit to Southeastern University #Lions,” Hall said on Twitter.
Hall was previously a Northwestern State verbal before reopening his recruiting a couple of months ago.
Hall told The Times at the time that he could still end up a Demon.
“I feel I rushed into my decision initially, so I want to sit back and take my time in choosing a college,” he said Tuesday night.
Hall said a number of schools have come in on him late because of the season he had in 2016.
Hall scored 33 touchdowns and rushed for 1,472 yards this season for coach Scott Abernathy.
A tough, physical runner with size and speed, Hall didn’t say which other schools had contacted him with interest.