Class of 2019 standout Malik Hall is having a breakout season for Sunrise Christian Academy (Kansas).  After transferring from Metea Valley (Illinois) he has continued his high level of play on a national level.  Averaging 13.8 points, 5.5 rebounds, and 2 assists Hall has helped lead one of the best teams in the country to a 21-2 record while playing one of the toughest schedules around featuring games against national powers Findley Prep, La Lumiere, Oak Hill, etc.

Hall is a very long forward that has a good combination of athleticism and speed.  Using his speed, he can dribble past his defenders and get to the rim where he finishes at a very high rate.  Hall can also stretch the floor as his range goes well beyond the arc and he can be automatic at times if he gets hot.  Standing at 6-5 he can also shoot right over many of his defenders.  He is great at slashing from the wing and can be very dangerous in transition.

A legitimate top 50 talent (#43 in the latest NY2LA rankings) many top colleges have already offered the talented forward including Kansas, Purdue, Butler, Cincinnati, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Northwestern, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Oregon, Saint Louis, SMU, and Texas A&M.  DePaul, Iowa State, Michigan, Michigan State, Syracuse, Temple, and Wisconsin have also all expressed interest.

Taking visits to Kansas, Purdue, and Oklahoma in recent months the talented forward will plan more visits in future months.

Hall plays with Mokan Elite during the grassroots travel season.