Hall caught 17 passes for 186 yards and a touchdown as a freshman in 2004. Hall became a playmaker as a sophomore, upping his numbers to 48 catches for 676 yards and five touchdowns. Last year as a junior, Hall hauled in 57 passes for 1,014 yards and five touchdowns on his way to All SEC 2nd team honors. He caught a career high 63 passes as a senior for 947 yards and six touchdowns.
Hall has a nice blend of size, speed, and athleticism. He has shown to be a go to receiver, making big plays when called upon and making them all over the field. His height gives him an advantage over most corners, but he still has the speed to get open and to outrun defenders to get down the field. Hall has very good hands, showing the ability to hold on to the ball in tight coverage and making the difficult grab.
Hall is still a bit lanky and will need to bulk up to go over the middle on a consistent basis in the NFL. He may not be able to take the beating from NFL safeties or linebackers if he doesn’t get stronger.
Hall is a player that has gotten better every year, and still has room left to improve. If he can add a little more weight, he could be an all around playmaker in the NFL. He had a solid showing at the combine keeping himself in the fourth round area.