Biography: Three-year starter who played center the past two seasons besides starting at all five positions on the offensive line as a sophomore.
Positives: Hard-working college blocker with marginal athleticism and upside potential. Quickly gets off the line into blocks, bends his knees and plays with leverage. Immediately gets his hands into defenders, explosive at the point, and works blocks hard. Effective with shotgun snap.
Negatives: Marginally strong and rarely opens up the middle of the line. Displays marginal skills blocking in motion. Must improve his overall balance.
Analysis: Hall has been an effective player at Texas since his sophomore season and offers adequate size with some growth potential. He does not possess the athleticism for the next level, yet the versatility to line up at several spots on the offensive line could be enticing to an NFL squad.
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