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A&M DE Daeshon Hall made certain trip to Haiti would be life-altering

Texas A&M defensive lineman Daeshon Hall recently returned from a life-altering mission to Haiti.
Texas A&M defensive lineman Daeshon Hall recently returned from a life-altering mission to Haiti. AP

New Texas A&M quarterback Travis Knight had been to Haiti three times before as a member of the Oklahoma Sooners, and he told his new Aggies teammates to prepared for a life-altering trip.

The shocking living conditions on the island will do that. Texas A&M defensive end Daeshon Hall took his mission visit one step further. He got baptized. Upon returning to Texas, Hall shared his experience with this photo on Twitter:

The 6-foot-6, 260-pound Hall will be a senior next season. He and Myles Garrett form arguably the best defensive end in the country. Hall had seven sacks and 14.5 tackles for loss last season.

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