However, lines up almost a full yard off the line of scrimmage and almost likes to get a running start when asked to play inside. Isn't as sudden or laterally gifted as his frame would lead you to believe and allows his pad level to get upright after his initial surge when trying to change directions.
Doesn't find the football consistently off the snap and takes himself out of a lot of plays. Lacks ideal range away from his body and isn't a real explosive guy in space. Can be overwhelmed vs. the run game. Lacks the size to consistently anchor and allows his pad level to get upright trying to knife his way up the field, can be easily sealed and takes too many false steps.
Impression: Has the ability to make plays in the Sun Belt, but simply lacks the combination of athleticism and size to do the same in the NFL."
Positive: Undersized yet explosive one-gap tackle with marginal upside for the next level. Beats opponents off the line with a terrific first step, plays with good pad level, and fights with his hands throughout the action. Fluid making plays laterally, keeps his feet moving on contact, and works hard until the whistle blows.
Negative: Lacks balance and struggles redirecting to ball carriers. Easily controlled at the point of attack by a single blocker.
Analysis: Hall was a terrific player at Arkansas State but has size and athletic limitations for the next level. He could find a home as a backup three-technique linemen in a conventional four-man front."