BIO: Four-year starter at right tackle for Kentucky. Blocked the blind side for a left-handed quarterback throughout most of his college career.
POSITIVES: Thick, wide-bodied blocker best in a small area. Quick into run blocks, jolts defenders at the point and a nasty lineman who works to finish the play. Gets his hands into opponents, plays with leverage, effectively using angles to seal opponents from the action. Gets movement from run blocks, anchors in pass protection and does not give up an inch to opponents. A team player also known as a good learner.
NEGATIVES: Lacks footwork and lateral range protecting the edge, presses when facing speedy edge rushers and lacks adjustment.
ANALYSIS: A tough, slug-it-out blocker, Hall is not the prettiest or most efficient lineman but gets the job done. Has a good feel for the position and can be used in several spots on the line which will make him invaluable at the next level. Does not possess the top size-speed numbers but a good pick during the draft's second day.