Rocket League player Cade “wuzy” Hall has just signed on to join the Boise State varsity Rocket League program this fall. Hall announced the signing on his Twitter profile Monday, March 6. Hall is already well known in the high school competitive Rocket League space for his top performance at various tournaments.
“Am proud to announce my commitment to Boise State University to pursue my collegiate career in Rocket League!” Hall said on his Twitter profile. “Excited doesn’t even begin to describe how I feel and I cannot wait to prove myself, Let’s get to work.”
Hall joins the Broncos this fall and is currently 18 years old. His hometown is Arlington, TX. His most notable high school competitive accomplishments include winning at Dreamhack Dallas 2022. He won the event as part of the team TWC with teammates Taha and Cmoney. Other notable tournaments Wuzy has also competed in include the NSG Winter Championship 2022 and GameTime Circuit Spring 2021.
Overall, Boise State Esports is proud and excited to welcome Wuzy to the team! Those looking for information about how to join Boise State Esports as a varsity player can check out our tryouts page. Finally, those wishing to watch Wuzy compete are encouraged to follow and subscribe to Boise State’s Twich page.
Written by Jacob Palmer.