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Hall played quarterback at BYU from 2018-2022 and appeared in 31 games, including 25 starts. He served as BYU's starting quarterback over his final two seasons in 2021 and 2022. Hall had an accomplished career that includes the following career highlights:
- Finished No. 1 at BYU in career interception avoidance percentage with 52 touchdowns to 11 interceptions and a pass efficiency rating of 65.2% (tied with Steve Young for No. 4 all-time at BYU). He racked up 6,174 total passing yards.
- A dual-threat quarterback, registering 796 yards on the ground with 181 carries and nine touchdowns.
- Hall won many awards for his performance on the field, including Independent Offensive Player of the Year, Independent Quarterback of the Year, and All-Independent First Team by College Football Network (2022), Phil Steele All-Independent First Team (2021, 2022) and Pro Football Network Independent Quarterback of the Year (2021).
- As a Junior in 2022, Hall threw for 3,171 yards with a 66% completion rate (No. 8 all-time at BYU) and 31 touchdowns to six interceptions. His pass efficiency rating of 160.8 was good for No. 8 all-time at BYU and his interception avoidance percentage (1.6%) was No. 2 all-time at BYU in a single season. He also tallied 346 yards rushing on 86 carries and three touchdowns.
- Through week 13 of the 2022 season, he was one of just three FBS quarterbacks with 3000+ passing yards, 65%+ completion rate, 160+ pass efficiency rating, 30+ touchdown passes and fewer than 10 interceptions with 300+ rushing yards. Others were Caleb Williams (USC) and Drake Maye (North Carolina).
- In his first year as a starter in 2021, Hall started 10 games with an 8-2 record and finished the season 189 of 296 (64%) for 2,583 yards and 20 touchdowns to only 5 interceptions. His efficiency rating of 156.1 led BYU's offense to average 33 points per game, 452 yards of total offense per game, a 46% third down conversion rate and 89% of red zone trips leading to scores (49 of 55). 75% of those (41) were touchdowns. He also received the Davey O'Brien Award's Great 8 recognition for his performance in BYU's 26-17 win over No. 21 Utah and was named College Sports Madness Independent Offensive Player of the week for his 22 of 31 passing and 342 yards in the air at Baylor.
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- Major: Exercise & Wellness
- Missionary Service: Served a full-time mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Roseville, California
- Parents are Kalin and Hollie Hall
- Married to former Utah Valley soccer player Breanna McCarter (2014-18) and they have a baby daughter Jayda born in 2021
- Father, Kalin, played running back at BYU (1992-93)
- Mother, Hollie Hamilton, was a gymnast at BYU (1993)
- Brother, KJ, also played running back at BYU (2015-17)
- Brother, Kyson, currently plays wide receiver for BYU
- Also played on the BYU baseball team in 2019 and 2020 as an outfielder
- Played in 27 games during the 2019 baseball season, including eight starts in the outfield
- Hit .400 in five games, with three starts during the shortened 2020 COVID season
- Played varsity basketball in high school
- Plays golf in his free time
- Earned Deseret News 4A Honorable Mention and Region 8 First Team in 2014 and 2015
- Selected as Maple Mountain's 2015 Offensive Football Player of the Year
- For his high school career, he had 5,109 passing yards and 52 touchdowns
- Rated the No. 3 quarterback in Utah by Scout and Rivals ranked him the No. 20th dual-threat quarterback in the nation in the 2016 class