Name:D.J. Hall College:Texas StateNumber: 61 Height: 6-1 Weight: 320 Position:OGPos2: C Class/Draft Year:rSr/2012 40 Low: 5.24 40 Time:5.4340 High: 5.56
Projected Round:Stock:High: FA Low: tryouts Rated number 62 out of 188 OG's999 / 1971 TOTAL
Draft Scout Snapshot: 2010: Named an All-Southland Conference First-Team selection, as well as to the Associated Press All-America Third-Team selection. Played most of the season at right guard with an ankle injury, still playing in all 11 games and helped anchor the offensive line that helped the Bobcats average 334.5 yards and 24.8 points per game last season. 2009: Earned All-Southland Conference First-Team honors … started 11 games at right guard … offensive line recorded the third fewest quarterback sacks allowed in the Southland Conference with an average of 1.36 sacks per game. 2008: Earned All-Southland Conference Second-Team honors in his first season as a starting right guard … started 13 games for the Bobcats … was part of an offensive line that ranked 19th nationally allowing just 1.15 sacks per game. Texas State ranked eighth nationally in total offense with 453.23 yards per contest. 2007: Redshirted.
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Draft Scout D.J. Hall News
03/24/12 - Texas State sports fans might be used to seeing offensive lineman D.J. Hall playing on Saturdays, but after Tuesday afternoon’s Pro Day, he might just be playing on Sundays come fall. Hall, like many expected, stood out among his peers during Texas State‘s annual Pro Day. He opened many eyes, including that of NFL Hall of Fame linebacker and current Pittsburgh Steelers scout “Mean” Joe Greene. After Hall completed an offensive lineman drill specifically tailored to those at the NFL Combine, Greene shot the current/former Bobcat a nod of approval. “I don’t have to impress everybody, but I just want to catch the eye of one scout,” Hall said. “If it’s Mean Joe, then that’s a great scout’s eye to catch.” Hall and five other graduating seniors from Texas State (cornerback/wide receiver Cedric Alexander, offensive lineman Michael Chambers, linebacker Bryan Iwuji, cornerback Derek Lopez and offensive lineman Jon Vernon) participated in Tuesday’s drills. Ten pro scouts from teams such as Pittsburgh, the Philadelphia Eagles, Carolina Panthers, Atlanta Falcons and Indianapolis Colts watched the festivities. “I have a feeling we’re going to be coming back more often,” said one scout, who spoke on a condition of anonymity. “This is definitely a program on the rise and what’s going on around it is positive.” - Texas State football