When did Bryce Hall go in the NFL?

American football cornerback Bryce Hall plays for the New York Jets in the National Football League. He weighs 92 kilograms and is 1.85 meters tall. At Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, he participated in football, primarily as a wide receiver but occasionally as a defensive back as well. Virginia was his primary pick despite only having received one other FBS scholarship offer, from Coastal Carolina.



He received a two-star prospect rating. He played NCAA football for the Virginia Cavaliers of the University of Virginia. Hall began playing on defense as a true freshman in 2016, transitioning from wide receiver to cornerback. He developed during his second season and started every game.

He had the most pass interceptions of any player in his junior year of college. Even the NFL Draft Advisory Board offered advice as he debated entering the 2019 NFL Draft. The New York Jets selected him in the fifth round of the 2020 NFL Draft and adopted him. He was added to the reserve list and COVID-19 list by the Jets in July 2020. He entered the active non-football injury list in August 2020 after being active.



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In September 2020, he had to be placed on reserve because of a non-football injury. He assumes command in November 2020. Against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 15 of the season, he made his first career interception.

When did Bryce Hall go in the NFL?

Bryce Hall entered the NFL in 2020.