Junior Wide Receiver
5-foot-11, 190 pounds, 4.4-seconds in the 40
Deerfield Beach (Fl.) High School
Tramain stepped in as a redshirt sophomore and was an impact performer for the Wolfpack, exceling on offense and special teams. Hall finished with 69 receptions for 799 yards and 7 touchdowns, while also returning 2 punts for scores. There is no doubt that "T-Mac" is one of the ACC's most explosive players.
High School Accolades
-Ranked by SuperPrep magazine as the sixth-best running back in the nation
-Max Emfinger and USA Today All-American
-Voted the fifth-best cornerback in the nation by Max Emfinger
-No. 64 player in the nation regardless of position by Tom Lemming
-Named a top 10 player in the country as a RB (SuperPrep), Wide Receiver (Insiders), and Defensive Back (Rivals/Emfinger)
WR coach John “Doc” Holliday
It's safe to say that Tramain Hall was definitely worth the wait, as he stepped into a starring role for the Wolfpack in 2003. After missing two years of playing time for NC State, when Hall was eligible he made his presence felt instantly and is one of the more popular Wolfpack players. Look for NC State to try and get Tramain the ball as much as possible with the departures of Philip Rivers and Jerricho Cotchery.
Hall has the potential to have an All-ACC and All-American type season in 2004 and will undoubtedly garner pre-season mention for both honors.