For the New York Jets of the National Football League, Bryce Hall is a cornerback who plays American football. He stands 1.85 meters tall and weighs 92 kilograms. He played football at Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, primarily as a wide receiver but also on occasion as a defensive back. He received one other FBS scholarship offer, from Coastal Carolina, and Virginia was his top choice.
He was rated as a two-star prospect. At the University of Virginia, he participated in collegiate football for the Virginia Cavaliers football team. After converting from wide receiver to cornerback as a true freshman in 2016, Hall started on defense. During his second season, he developed further and started every game.
His junior year, he had the most pass breakups among all collegiate players. He considered declaring for the 2019 NFL Draft and even received feedback from the NFL Draft Advisory Board. The New York Jets selected him in the fifth round of the 2020 NFL Draft. In July 2020, the Jets put him on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
In August 2020, he was activated and added to the active/non-football injury list. In September 2020, he was placed on reserve due to a non-football injury. He becomes operational in November 2020. He made his first career interception against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 15 of the season.
Does Bryce Hall Have Any Kids?
No. Bryce Hall does not have kids currently as he is focused on his football career.