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    Tramain Hall

    Class:
    RS Senior

    Hometown:
    Deerfield Beach, Fla.

    High School:
    Deerfield Beach

    Last College:
    LA Valley College

    Height / Weight:
    5-10 / 194

    Position:
    Halfback/Wide Receiver

    Birthdate:
    12/14/1981


    In 2004: The team's third-leading receiver with 28 catches for 324 yards, he also had touchdown receptions ... In for 477 snaps from scrimmage, he was the Wolfpack's starting halfback ... Limited in the Georgia Tech and Florida State after suffering from back spasms and pain ... Ranked ninth in the ACC in punt returns with a 6.5 yard average ... Led the team in receptions in each of the first two games of the season, with 6-60 against Richmond and 4-15 versus Ohio State ... Had the longest reception of his career, a 58-yarder, in the win over Wake Forest ... A preseason candidate for the Walter Camp Player-of-the-Year Award ... Touched the ball 64 times last season, 197 times for his career ... The strength index champion for the skill group prior to the 2004 season, he posted a 375-pound bench press, a 300-pound power clean, a 9'7 broad jump and a 33" vertical jump.

    In 2003: Earned the team's award for Most Valuable Offensive Back for 2003 ... Pulled down 69 receptions for the season, only consensus All-American Torry Holt and Jerricho Cotchery ever had more for the Pack ... The Pack's second-leading receiver, he ranked sixth in the ACC in receptions per game and seventh in receiving yards ... Pulled down three touchdown receptions in the win at Duke, only Holt ever had more in a game for NC State ... Was named ACC Offensive Back of the Week for that performance ... Touched the ball 133 times that season, more than any other player besides Philip Rivers ... Ranked eighth in the ACC with 1,303 all-purpose yards ... Finished second in the league with a 10.6 yard punt return average ... The receiver on every play of the Pack's opening drive for 2003, he scored the season's first touchdown ... Returned two punts for touchdowns, a 67-yarder against Western Carolina, and an 83-yarder against Maryland ... The return against Maryland tied as the seventh-longest in school history ... Had 10 receptions in the double-overtime loss at Florida State, that was the third-highest reception total ever for a Wolfpack sophomore ... Scored seven receiving touchdowns for the season, second only to former All-American Koren Robinson for a Wolfpack sophomore, his 799 yards also ranked second to Robinson among sophomores ... Named the ACC Specialist of the Week for the season opener ... Co-recipient of the Al Michaels Award for putting team before self ... Earned the Most Outstanding Offensive Player Award following 2004 spring drills.

    In 2002: Ineligible for competition in 2002, but was a valuable member of the Wolfpack scout squad ... ... Co-recipient of the Top Newcomer Award for offense following 2003 spring drills ... Named the Offensive Scout Team Co-Player of the Year for 2002.

    Prep: Graduated from high school in December of 2000 and transferred from LA Valley Junior College prior to the 2001 season ... Ran for 1,080 yards on 172 carries and added 30 receptions for 510 yards as a senior at Deerfield Beach High School for Coach Perry Scheider ... Recorded 52 tackles and five interceptions as a senior ... Selected first-team all-state as a senior when he averaged 6.2 yards per carry ... Scored 20 touchdowns ... Caught 15 passes for 238 yards and five touchdowns ... Combined for 755 yards returning kicks and punts, amassing 2,066 all-purpose yards ... Ranked by SuperPrep magazine as the sixth-best running back in the nation ... Earned usatoday.com and Max Emfinger All-America accolades ... Voted the fifth-best cornerback in the nation by Max Emfinger ... Earned second-team all-state honors as a junior ... Posted a 3.2 high school GPA ... Played sparingly for LA Valley for Coach Ron Ponchiano ... After only three days of practice, he rushed for 156 yards on 13 carries in his first game and played in only parts of three other games ... Ranked as the ninth-best defensive back by rivals.com ... Majoring in sociology ... Born 12/14/81.

    2003 Hall Game-by-Game Stats

    OpponentPlRecYdsTDLgKDYACPR-YdRushKOR
    *W. Carolina397971291393-72-12-40-0
    *@ W. Forest40416070111-(2)-04-230-0
    @ Ohio State579671191351-(2)4-130-0
    Texas Tech220000100-01-121-29
    UNC334430190502-46-371-20
    *@ GT52912003101060-05-(1)2-40
    *Conn35420012203-309-210-0
    Clemson444270110190-01-(1)2-30
    *@ Duke3881423570703-71-(6)0-0
    *Virginia393310191301-90-01-22
    *@ FSU48101262410921-(2)0-01-22
    Maryland373640370403-83-10-01-(3)
    *$Kansas514460191271-(2)-03-400-0

    Hall 2004 Game by Game Stats

    OpponentPlRecYdsTDLgKDYACPR-YdRushKOR
    *Richmond376601171463-171-(2)0-0
    Ohio State404150142101-(3)3-230-0
    @ Va. Tech27000-2-3-232-20-0
    *Wake Forest294650581434-520-00-0
    *@ UNC414310182340-04-320-0
    *@ Maryland441270270222-183-240-0
    *Miami56327118031-50-00-0
    @ Clemson483300160102-20-00-0
    Ga. Tech50000001-(1)0-00-0
    Florida St.240000004-230-00-0
    East Carolina503691460651-440-00-0

    Hall Career Stats

    YearGP-GSPlyRecYdsTDLgKDYACPR-Yd-TDRushKOR
    200313-853569799757751919-197-236-1429-160
    200411-540128324358816822-180-013-790-0
    Totals24-1393697112310581568741-377-249-2219-160

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