Hall Has Degree, Will Travel

He was one of the stars of the 2012 Riverside squad that went 9-2 and, following that season, CB Tray Hall (5-11, 170) signed with Fresno State. However, one of his classes didn't pass admissions, so he spent this past fall working out, staying in shape and getting his academics straight and now he hopes to find a place to play his final two years of college football...

"When I signed with Fresno State, I thought I was all set, but then when I tried to get in there and enroll, they said there was a holdup with one of the on-line classes I took and they couldn't accept it," Hall told JCFootball.com. "After that, things sorta fell off for me and I couldn't find a place that was ready to take me, so I worked out with my team before fall camp and then I worked out on my own this fall and also got my degree in December."

As a sophomore back in 2012, Hall led the Tigers with five interceptions and 13 pass breakups while also totaling 41 tackles and 2.5 tackles-for-loss.

"I'm good in coverage, but I like to come up and hit guys and I feel like I play the run pretty well too," Hall told JCFootball.com back in 2012.

With his degree in hand, Hall hopes to find a home soon and said that three schools have shown him tepid interest to this point.

"The two I have been talking with the most are Indiana and Utah State," Hall said. "I actually worked out for Utah State a couple of weeks ago and I think they are interested, but neither of those schools have offered.

"Hawaii also showed me a little bit of interest, but honestly, they haven't talked to me that much so I don't know how interested the really are anymore."

As far as his eligibility is concerned, Hall can enroll immediately and he will have two years to play two wherever he winds up.

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