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#24 PJ Hall

PJ Hall - Men's Basketball - Clemson University Athletics
Position:
Forward/Center
Height:
6'10"
Weight:
240
Class:
So.
Hometown:
Spartanburg, S.C.
High School:
Dorman
BIO

2020-21

  • Appeared in 21 games off the bench for the Tigers.
  • Averaged 3.5 points and 2.0 rebounds in nearly 10 minutes per contest.
  • Finished shooting 49.2 percent from the floor, including 75.0 percent from the foul line.
  • Scored season-high 10 points in season opener against Mississippi State at the 2020 Space Coast Challenge (Nov. 25).
    • Entered the game with Aamir Simms in foul trouble and finished 5-for-6 from the floor and seven rebounds.
    • Three of the seven boards came on the offensive glass. He also totaled one block.
  • Posted eight points in a home overtime win over NC State (Jan. 5).
    • Scored a hook shot with about 10 seconds remaining in overtime to help seal the Tiger victory 74-70.
  • Notched back-to-back games of eight points and 4-for-7 shooting against the Wolfpack and Virginia (Jan. 16).
  • Totaled six points on 3-for-5 shooting in a win against Syracuse (Feb. 6).

Before Clemson

  • #1 ranked player in South Carolina
  • 2019-20 South Carolina Gatorade Player of the Year
  • ESPN ranked four-star prospect (No. 48 in ESPN Top 100, No. 9 power forward in the nation).
  • 247Sports ranked four-star prospect (No. 54 in Top247, No. 9 power forward in the nation.
  • Rivals ranked four-star prospect (No. 48 in Rivals150, No. 8 power forward in the nation)
  • Two-time 5A State Champion
  • Averaged 14.5 points, 8.2 rebounds and 2.1 blocks per game as a junior.
  • USA Today All-South Carolina Team
  • All-Region
  • All-State
  • Spartanburg Herald Journal First-Team All-Area
  • Chick-Fil-A Classic All-Tournament Team
  • SC Top-80 Camp “Mr. Basketball”
  • SCHSL All-Rookie Team

Personal

  • Born February 21, 2002 (turns 20 during the 2021-22 season).
  • Son of Melanie and Jerome Hall
  • Sister, Thayer, is a standout volleyball player for the Florida Gators
  • Brother, Chris, played basketball at nearby Anderson University.