|Position:||Defensive Ends Coach|
|Born:||24 November 1970 in Valley, Alabama|
|As a Player:||Played linebacker at University of Alabama from 1990–1993|
|Coaching:||7 years as linebackers coach and fitness instructor at The Ensworth School.|
• In 2018, Hall moved into one of the now 10 full-time coaching positions. Hall coaches the defensive ends in 2018.
• Served as a defensive analyst in 2015 and 2016 and as a senior defensive analyst in 2017, helping the Tigers to a 40-4 record in three seasons, three ACC championships and three College Football Playoff berths. Clemson won the 2016 national championship, finished runner-up to Alabama in 2015 and the semifinals in the Sugar Bowl in 2017. All three years he has been at Clemson, the Tigers have faced Alabama, his alma mater, in the postseason. Clemson faced Alabama just once in the 40 years prior to his arrival at Clemson.
• Clemson has finished in the top four of the AP and coaches polls (No. 2, No. 1, No. 4, respectively) in each of his three seasons, the only time in Clemson history it has had three-straight, top-four finishes. Clemson has ranked in the top four of the College Football Playoff poll in all 19 polls from 2015-17.
• Hall’s relationship with head coach Dabo Swinney dates to their college careers at Alabama. Both were members of the 1992 national championship team. Hall earned First-Team All-SEC honors in 1992 and was a UPI Honorable Mention All-American. He was captain of Alabama’s 1993 team and was named to the Alabama All-Decade team for the 1990s.
• The native of Alabama led the 1992 Crimson Tide national championship team in tackles (70), including eight tackles for loss and five sacks. He added 76 tackles as a senior in 1993. He was named First-Team All-SEC by the coaches in both seasons.
• Alabama had a 40-9-1 record in his four years and played four bowl games. The Crimson Tide won three of those bowl games, including a 34-13 win over Miami (Fla.) in the Sugar Bowl at the end of the 1992 season that gave Alabama the national title.
• Hall was drafted by the Houston Oilers and played in the NFL for nine years and 101 games from 1994-02. His top year came in 2001 when he had 62 tackles for the Vikings, tied for fifth on the team. He started 13 games and played all 16 games that year, helping the Vikings to the second round of the playoffs.
• Upon his retirement as a player, Hall first was a volunteer coach at Centennial High School in Franklin, Tenn. He then did an internship with the Tennessee Titans through the NFL Diversity Coaching Fellowship. In this role, he observed NFL coaches and worked with them to evaluate players.
• He worked as a recruiting coordinator and pro performance director at D1 Sports Training & Therapy. He also coached football and served as the strength & conditioning coach at Christ Presbyterian Academy before moving on to his career at The Ensworth School in Tennessee.
• Hall came to Clemson prior to the 2015 season after seven years as linebackers coach and fitness instructor at The Ensworth School.
• Hall attended Valley (Ala.) High School, where he played quarterback and defensive back. As a senior, he totaled 1,110 rushing yards and 20 touchdowns. He also had 20 interceptions on the way to winning all-state honors.
*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide
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