40 Time Range: 4.80-4.82/No full workout, Knee INJ
Data Scout Notes: 2013: NA...01-10-13 - Granted Medical Redshirt year...2012: 11-09-12-DS Rating #26 Senior RB/Redshirting 2012...PDoak...2011: NA...2010: NA
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06/19/14 - RB Jordan Hall was signed by the Steelers Wednesday. Hall (5-9, 191) participated in the Steelers' 2014 Rookie Mini-Camp as a tryout player. He saw action in 45 games at Ohio State, making 10 starts. Hall posted 3,486 all-purpose yards, which was good for 12th best all-time on the school record chart. He also posted the single-season school record with 683 kickoff return yards in 2011. Hall rushed for 1,568 yards with 14 rushing touchdowns, and he totaled 19 overall touchdowns in his collegiate career (2009-2013).
09/12/13 - Scouting the Ohio State running game: The Buckeyes continue to thrive, even with starter RB Carlos Hyde serving a three-game suspension to start the season, and QB Braxton Miller hobbled by cramps in the opener, and then missing nearly all of the second game with a knee sprain. The bruisers up front make the difference, and as long as that line is dominant, the name of the ball carrier is not that big a deal. - The Sports Xchange
09/06/13 - RB Jordan Hall carried 21 times for a career-high 159 yards and two touchdowns, bursts off left tackle of 49 and 37 yards, in the opener. "You look at his career, he's never had a day like that," Meyer said. "So I was really pleased. And he's had a good week of practice, too. He goes really hard." Hall, a fifth-year senior out of Terrelle Pryor's hometown of Jeannette, Pa., said the numbers might have been his best but there's still plenty of ways to improve. "There was a couple of good runs that I had, but there's still a lot of work I have to do personally and as a team," he said.
On each of his TD runs, he broke through the line and didn't have a defender in front of him. "It's a feeling you can't explain because the crowd gets loud." he said. "You just have to get to the end zone. Words can't explain it." Hall's fine play was an affirmation on the field of the way the coaches looked at him off it. He is bouncing back after missing most of last year with foot and knee injuries. "He's made an unbelievable change as a person. He's grown tremendously," running backs coach Stan Drayton said. "He's a mature individual on the football field, very smart. You know, he can sit there and come out of a series of the game and sit down on the bench and tell you exactly what goes on." - AP Sports
09/04/13 - Scouting the Ohio State running game: The Buckeyes got the charge they needed out of senior RB Jordan Hall last week when he filled in for two suspended comrades and piled up 159 yards on the ground. "Wherever they put me, I'm going to do what I can to help the team win," said Hall, who can also play the slot position. The running game gets stronger against San Diego State as RB Rod Smith returns from a one-game suspension. - The Sports Xchange
09/04/13 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: RB Jordan Hall seized the moment last week when he got the start as two players ahead on the depth chart sat out with suspensions. Hall rushed for a career high 159 yards and had a 49-yard touchdown run, the longest carry of his career. He won't give up the lead role if he has a similar effort against the Aztecs. - The Sports Xchange