BYU quarterback Jaren Hall accepted his invite to Reece’s Senior Bowl this morning. Hall, a two-year starter for the Cougars and a great passer and rusher, will take his game to the Senior Bowl. Jaren Hall could leave this year but he could also return and play one more year. This may be a sign that he will not return to BYU next season.
BOOM! Officially Accepted! QB Jaren Hall @jarenhall3 from @BYUfootball is headed to the 2023 Senior Bowl #GoCougs 👏 #TheDraftStartsInMOBILE™️@JimNagy_SB @PaniniAmerica #RatedRookie pic.twitter.com/oV1uqIMq9K
— Reese's Senior Bowl (@seniorbowl) December 22, 2022
Jaren Hall from Spanish Fork, Utah a 6’1 205lbs junior and two year Cougar Starter. Hall has played in 31 games for the Cougars since 2018 where he played running back in 2018 and 2019 and a starter at the Quarterback position since 2021. Hall was a leader on offense and is ready to take his crack at the next level.
In his first season at BYU in 2018 he played in two games and rushed for four yards. Hall came to BYU as a running back. The 2019 he played in seven games two where he started at quarterback. In those seven games he had 31 completions for 420 yards, and one touchdown. As a rusher for the Cougars he had 139 yards and five touchdowns. In 2020 he didn’t play due to an injury that happened in fall camp.
Hall’s first season as quarterback he played in 10 games and had 189 completions for 2,583 yards, five interceptions and 20 touchdowns. He also rushed for 307 yards and three touchdowns.
This season Jaren Hall played in 12 games before exciting with an injury in the final game of the regular season. In those 12 games he threw for 248 completions with 3,171 yards, six interceptions and 31 touchdowns. He caught two passes for 28 yards and one touchdown. Hall also rushed for 348 yards and three touchdowns.
The Reese’s Senior Bowl is an invitational game for college football players. These guys are either juniors or seniors and could declare for the NFL draft. Held at the University of South Alabama on February 4, 2023. This all-star game is here to showcase many of the country’s best NFL prospects.
For over 73 years this bowl has served as one of the first steps into the NFL draft process for many current and former NFL players. “More than 900 NFL personnel, including key decision-makers from all 32 teams, and over 900 media members from around the country were credentialed last year.” Reese’s Senior Bowl has been a great starting place and many former Cougars have played in it. Most recently NFL stars, Kyle Van Noy, Jamaal Williams, Harvey Langi, Fred Warner, and Sione Takitaki.
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