By Colby Lanham // Athletic Communications
Three-year starting point Rod Hall is getting a shot at auditioning for NFL teams later this week. According to Manie Robinson of The Greenville News, Hall has been contacted by several NFL scouts interested in a personal workout ahead of the NFL Draft next week, where he will audition at wide receiver and defensive back. Hall reportedly drew interest from a highlight video that featured his senior season at Lucy C. Laney High School in Augusta, Ga., where he finished his senior season with over 1,200 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns. Despite not playing football since then, Hall relishes at another opportunity to prove himself.
“If I get a chance, I think I definitely can do this,” Hall said. “I just have to get back into that football groove.”
–The Greenville News
Hall finished his Clemson basketball career with 926 points, 393 assists and 86 steals. Well known for his toughness, strength, and defensive tenacity, Hall started 97 of 98 games his final three seasons while he blossomed into one of the team’s strongest leaders on and off the court.
For more of Robinson’s Greenville News story on Hall, click here.
April 19, 2019