UNLV will have at least one freshman on the 2022-23 roster, as Keyshawn Hall committed to the Rebels on Saturday.
Hall chose UNLV over Missouri, St. Mary’s and Arizona State. He is an unranked recruit according to 247 Sports.
“I chose UNLV over all the other schools because I felt loved, not just liked. They said they needed me, not just wanted me. Throughout the whole process, they showed me and my family love from the start!”
“I’m big on underdogs and I want to put UNLV back on the map. The program is headed in a great direction and I want to be apart of that and help get them to the tournament.”
Kevin Kruger appears to have sealed the deal back in May when Hall took a visit to Las Vegas.
At 6-foot-7 Hall gives UNLV some size. But his role on next year’s team remains to be seen.
With Bryce Hamilton and Donovan Williams turning pro, the Rebels are without four of their top five scorers from last season. But Kruger added five division I transfers to a handful of contributors from last year.
Meaning Hall will have an uphill climb to playing time this season.
Kruger still has two open scholarships to add talent to the roster.