In the passing game, Hall exhibits solid pass protection ability. He is also a solid receiver out of the backfield, where he has compiled. 82 catches for 734 yards. Most of Hall's work as a receiver occurs at or near the line of scrimmage; though he has lined up in the slot and out wide on occasion, he will do most of his receiving work from the backfield at the NFL level.
In the run game, Hall possesses exceptional speed. There are a few different 40 times available, and one dates back to his time in high school, where he clocked a 4.43. I would not be surprised to see him run in the electronic timed 4.5's during the NFL combine, which is more than adequate for the RB position. Hall will be ideal for a zone-heavy run game as a one-cut runner. His best trait as a runner is his vision, and he has good patience in allowing his blockers to get in position.
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