Count Memphis linebacker Austin Hall among the players on the Raiders’ draft radar.
Hall took a unique approach to the draft during these days of cancelled college pro days because of the coronavirus pandemic. He conducted his own pro day and had it filmed.
Naturally, Hall is showing off the tape — as he absolutely killed his pro day workout. Check it out here:
#Memphis LB Austin Hall held a Pro Day. He's had communication w/ the #Steelers, #Colts, #Chiefs, #Cowboys, #Raiders & #Bills. #Packers & #49ers have also reached out.— Justin M (@JustinM_NFL) April 4, 2020
Incredible numbers. https://t.co/TEW0qhieNG
So, it makes complete sense why the Raiders would be interested in Hall. Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock fall for players who love the game. Hall’s creativity during this stalled times will clearly jump out to teams along with his impressive measurables.
Hall also plays a hybrid linebacker-safety position the Raiders will be considering in the draft. Thus, he may have NFL versatility. After redshirting, he started all four seasons at Memphis and made a lot of plays.
With his production and big pro day film, Hall will has a chance to be an interesting mid-round pick. You can get to now Hall more here: