Name:Marcus Hall College:Ohio StateNumber: 79 Height: 6-5 Weight: 312 Position:OGPos2: OT Class/Draft Year:rSr/2014 40 Low: 5.47 40 Time:5.6040 High: 5.70
Projected Round:Stock:High: PFA Low: FA Rated number 45 out of 165 OG's753 / 2256 TOTAL
Data Scout Notes: 2013: NAC/HMM...2012: NA...2011: NA/DS #9 So OT/Academically ineligible for 2010
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Draft Scout Marcus Hall News
06/12/14 - G Marcus Hall was waived by the Colts Thursday, June 12. Hall was originally signed by the Colts as an undrafted free agent on May 13, 2014. He started 31-of-46 games at Ohio State, including 25 as a junior and senior, during which time the Buckeyes set a school-record winning streak of 24 consecutive games. As a fifth-year senior, Hall started 13-of-14 games and was named an All-Big Ten honorable mention selection.
05/13/14 - Indianapolis Colts Agree to Terms with 19 Undrafted Free Agents: Guard Marcus Hall, 6-5, 315 pounds, competed in 46 games for the Ohio State offensive line. He started 31 games, including 25 as a junior and senior, during which time the Buckeyes set a school-record winning streak of 24 consecutive games. As a fifth-year senior, Hall started 13-of-14 games and was named an All-Big Ten honorable mention selection. He assisted an Ohio State offense to a national ranking of fifth in rushing (308.6 yards per game) while shattering school records for points scored (637), touchdowns (87) and touchdown passes (38). A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Hall was a teammate with Colts fifth-round draft selection, Jonathan Newsome, at Glenville High School. - Indianapolis Colts
12/06/13 - Ohio State G Hall held out of starting lineup...Ohio State right guard Marcus Hall will not start Saturday night's Big Ten championship game in Indianapolis against Michigan State because of his actions after being ejected last week. Hall gestured to the crowd with both hands as he was being escorted to the locker room after a fight on the field in the first quarter of last Saturday's game against Michigan in Ann Arbor, Mich. Coach Urban Meyer announced Friday at a news conference in Indianapolis that Hall was being punished for his actions after the ejection. He did not say how long Hall will remain on the sideline against Michigan State (11-1). "Very disappointed in his actions," Meyer said. "He paid the penalty for the fight. ... Other than that, we'll see what happens (Saturday night)."
Hall's teammate, freshman running back Dontre Wilson, also was removed from the game at Michigan by the officials for his involvement in the fight. Meyer said Monday that neither player would be suspended for the conference championship. The Big Ten announced earlier this week that the three players who were ejected from the game for fighting would not face additional punishment from the conference. Redshirt freshman Pat Elflein is listed as the backup and presumably would take the place of Hall, who has started all 24 regular-season games the past two years. Ohio State (12-0) is hoping to parlay a win in the Big Ten championship into a spot in the BCS national championship game. - The Sports Xchange
12/05/13 - 2013 ALL-BIG TEN HONORABLE MENTION (MEDIA): Marcus Hall,...Has been selected All-Big Ten Honorable Mention for the 2013 college football season as voted on by a select media panel and honors teams. - Ohio State football
12/01/13 - Meyer will not suspend ejected Ohio State players...Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer said Sunday he will not suspend running back Dontre Wilson and offensive lineman Marcus Hall for next week's Big Ten title game against Michigan State after the two players were ejected from this past Saturday's game against Michigan for fighting. That decision does not guarantee the two will be eligible to play, though.
Buckeyes athletic director Gene Smith was expected to speak with Big Ten officials on Sunday about the incident. According to CollegeFootballTalk.com, a Big Ten spokesman said after the game that the conference would review the video of the incident before determining if any players would face further punishment. After Hall's ejection, he issued an obscene gesture to the crowd while heading for the locker room. - The Sports Xchange