Mineral Area College

Basketball Player Profile

    #24  Brandon Hall


     Simeon Career Academy (Chicago, IL)

     6’1”     Guard  



Parents Names:   Terry & Stanley Hall

Major:  Undecided

Future Occupation:   Play in the NBA or overseas

Favorite Thing To Do:  Hang out with my teammates, go bowling and play basketball

Favorite Foods:   Pizza and chicken

Favorite Movie:   He Got Game and Sixth Man

Favorite Song (Artists): Moment of Clarity (Jay-Z)

Role Model:   Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan and Lebron James

Favorite Sports Star: Lebron James

My Most Memorable Moment:   Winning back to back high school city and state championships

Three Words That Best Describe Me:   You’ll Never Know

2007 at Simeon:

Hall played an important role on the back-to-back Illinois Class AA State Championship team this season.  Brandon Hall, a 6’1” sharp-shooting guard, played in an All-Star line-up this past season.  He was back-court mates with Derrick Rose (University of Memphis), and team-mates with Tim Flowers and Kevin Johnson (Univ. of Wisconsin - Milwaukee).  Hall helped lead the Wolverines to a 30-2 record this season winning the Chicago City Title, a Regional Championship, Sectional Championship, and Illinois Class AA State Championship under IHSA “Coach of the Year” Robert Smith.  Hall averaged 5 points, 2 assists, and 2 rebounds a game during the 2007 campaign.  Hall made the ChicagoHoops.com Top 100 seniors-to-be in Illinois list at #40, and was selected to play in the Chicago Public League Luther Bedford All-Star Classic.  Brian Stinette (ChicagoHoops.com) stated, “Hall can flat out play! The 6’1” guard, who plays for MeanStreets Express AAU, dropped shots from beyond the arc all weekend. He has one of the smoothest shooting strokes in the state of Illinois.”