Hall, one of five ACC players on the list, returned two punts for touchdowns during the 2003 season, a 67-yarder in the season opener against Western Carolina, and an 83-yarder against Maryland, the seventh-longest in school history.
The watch list will be narrowed to 10 semi-finalists in early November. The 2004 Walter Camp Player of the Year recipient, which is voted on by the 117 Division I-A head coaches and sports information directors, will be announced on the ESPN/Home Depot College Football Awards Show in December. The winner will then receive his trophy at the Foundation's annual national awards banquet on February 13, 2005 at the Yale University Commons in New Haven.
2004 Walter Camp Player of the Year "Watch List"
Marion Barber III, RB, Minnesota Cedric Bensen, RB, Texas Josh Bullocks, LB, Nebraska Timmy Chang, QB, Hawaii Patrick Cobbs, RB, North Texas Dan Cody, DE, Oklahoma Mark Clayton, WR, Oklahoma P.J. Daniels, RB, Georgia Tech Anthony Davis, RB, Wisconsin Braylon Edwards, WR, Michigan David Greene, QB, Georgia Matt Grotegoed, LB, USC Tramain Hall, HB/WR, NC State A.J. Hawk, LB, Ohio State Matt Herian, TE, Nebraska Derrick Johnson, LB, Texas Kevin Kolb, QB, Houston Chris Leak, QB, Florida Matt Leinart, QB, USC Jermelle Lewis, RB, Iowa Geoff McArthur, WR, California DonTrell Moore, RB, New Mexico Lance Moore, WR, Toledo Dan Orlovsky, QB, Connecticut Kyle Orton, QB, Purdue David Pollack, DE, Georgia Walter Reyes, RB, Syracuse Chris Rix, QB, Florida State Aaron Rodgers, QB, California Antrel Rolle, DB, Miami (Fla.) Brad Smith, QB, Missouri Darren Sproules, RB, Kansas State Justin Vincent, RB, LSU Andrew Walter, QB, Arizona State Corey Webster, DB, LSU Jason White, QB, Oklahoma Charlie Whitehurst, QB, Clemson DeAngelo Williams, RB, Memphis Carnell Williams, RB, Auburn Vincent Young, QB, Texas