Hall's father, Kalin, was a running back at BYU and his mother, Hollie Hamilton, was a gymnast for the Cougars in the early 1990's. The top-20 dual-threat quarterback prospect served a two-year LDS mission in California before redshirting the 2018 season (4-4-1.0 rushing in two games). In 2019, Hall missed time with concussions but started two times in seven games played (31-46-67.4, 420 yards, one TD passing; 29-139-4.8, three TD rushing). He also played baseball for BYU in 2019 and 2020, though he missed the 2020 football season with a hip injury. Hall again missed games in 2021 with a rib injury but managed to start 10 contests (189-296-63.9, 2,583 yards, 20 TD, five INT passing; 62-307-5.0, three TD rushing). He was the full-time starter in 2022 (248-376-66.0, 3,171 yards, 31 TD, six INT passing; 86-348-4.1, three TD rushing) but missed the New Mexico Bowl with an ankle injury. -- by Chad Reuter, NFL.com
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