Max Hall Scouting Report
|Height & Weight:||6'1 - 201 lbs.|
2010 NFL Combine Results
2010 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:
Max Hall, QB, BYU
Hall began his college career at Arizona State in 2005 but quickly transferred to BYU the following year. He sat out 2006 due to the transfer, became the Cougars' starting quarterback in 2007 and promptly posted one of the better sophomore campaigns of any BYU QB in history. He threw for 3,848 yards on 298-496 (61.9 completition percentage) with 26 TDs and only 12 interceptions. He followed that effort with a solid 3,957 yards (330-477, 69.2%) and 35 TD (14 INTs) performance. Hall is a great leader with the competitiveness and toughness of an elite quarterback. He makes things happen on the field, and is able to stay in the pocket and take the punishment. Able to make quick reads and with a relatively short release time, Hall is a rhythm passer. When he is on, he is difficult to stop. Hall has decent quickness and good windup motion, and also shows good timing and touch on short-to-mid range passes. He is very accurate below the 15 yard range. NFL teams will love that he has experience against top tier teams and he is mature (will be 24 years old by training camp 2010). However, Hall lacks ideal height and bulk. He also has just average arm strength, which makes for not enough zip on deep outs. Balls tend to sail when he attempts to drop passes over coverage. He also lacks speed and agility to create outside the pocket; he will need time to adjust to the speed of the pro game. Hall lacks great size, arm strength and mobility, but his accuracy and intangibles should earn him a fourth round selection.
Last Updated Nov-01-2009 by Raul Colon
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