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Strengths Very athletic; 9.56 RAS 99th percentile speed for defensive tackles Had great Senior Bowl workouts Very quick off the snap from the interior Has utilized both finesse and power techniques well Has explosive power and speed to disrupt the quarterback Weaknesses A bit undersized, could get worn down against NFL-sized linemen Conditioning has been an issue Needs to develop blocking scheme recognition Needs work in hand-fighting While he shows flashes, he disappears for stretches of games NFL Comparison: Geno Atkins Projected Round: Second/Third Round Best Fits: Cincinnati Bengals, Jacksonville Jaguars, Baltimore Ravens, Kansas City Chiefs Bottom Line on Michael Hall Hall was a very solid defensive tackle for the Buckeyes over the last two years but he was plagued by inconsistency. On one hand, he was able to take over games, as he did in his first start against Notre Dame in 2022. On the other, there was a feeling that he was sitting out injured because he was a non-factor. Hall’s ceiling is very, very high. He has shown flashes of brilliance that could develop into a Pro Bowl-level player. He’s incredibly quick off the snap and is able to disrupt the quarterback right off the bat. Against teams like Wisconsin who are known for their offensive line and rushing attack, Hall was able to blow through the line and hold their star running back to having a pedestrian day. The question with Hall will be development. If he goes to the wrong system or his effort falls off, he could be a candidate to be let go before his rookie contract is up. If he’s developed, Hall could have a Cameron Heyward-like career in terms of longevity. His athleticism alone will be enough for NFL teams to be willing to take a chance on him. Main Image: Marc Lebryk-USA TODAY Sports

Michael Hall 2024 NFL Draft Profile

Editor’s Note; This article was previously published on March 30, 2024, on our sister site, Last Word on NFL, as part of their annual draft profile series. Michael Hall NFL Draft Overview Height: Six-foot-three Weight: 290

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WVU Offensive Line Moving Forward

We continue our Spring position preview for the West Virginia Mountaineers by looking at the WVU Offensive Line. The room loses two veteran players in Zach Frazier and Doug Nester. As a result, we look

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