BIO: Played in 11 games last season posting 9/142/1 after just 3/51/1 as a junior. Has seen extensive playing time since his freshman campaign.
POSITIVES: Nice-sized, athletic tight end still trying to pull the pieces together. Fluid releasing off the line into pass routes, defeats jams and runs well for a big man. Flashes the ability to make plays downfield. Extends his hands and looks the pass in. Lays out for the difficult catch and uses the sidelines well. Can take a big hit and hold onto the throw. Blocks with forward lean, strong at the point and stays with assignments.
NEGATIVES: Does more leaning and steering rather then leverage blocking. Marginally productive on the college level.
ANALYSIS: A bit of an enigma, Hall's improvement has been very slow the past four seasons. Possesses the abilities to be a complete tight end and No. 2 player at the position for an NFL team yet must start to produce as time is running out.