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Experience at all 5 positions on the offensive line. Does a nice job getting to the 2nd level. Takes good angles on blocks. Decent footwork. Keeps his head on a swivel, showing adequate awareness. Average height/weight.
Has trouble facing nose tackles. Doesn’t play with ideal leverage. Can use more upper body strength as he is often over-powered by stronger defensive linemen. Doesn’t pick up stunting defensive lineman as effectively as you’d like. Loses leverage as he tends to bend at his waist and will get caught reaching.
Hall will find a home on an NFL roster with his experience playing at every position along the offensive line. He has enough experience to run a scout team effectively and could provide good depth with his versatility. A high character player with solid work ethic. Will need to further develop before being able see any significant playing time at the next level.
As a sophomore, played in all 13 games, starting 12. Hall started at least one game at every position on the offensive line during his sophomore season. Found a home at center and started every game (except for 2 missed by injury as a junior) at center his final two seasons.
Awards and Honors
Communications studies-human relations major at Texas. Two-time second-team Academic All-Big 12 selection.
Brother, Zach, was a linebacker at Arkansas Tech (2006-08).
Missed 2 games in 2008 with a knee injury.
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