WR Emanuel Hall NFL Draft Profile - Missouri

WR Emanuel Hall NFL Draft Profile – Missouri

Emanuel Hall is a very fast individual. Does this project well in the NFL?

Emanuel Hall
WR
Missouri

Class Year: Senior
Height – 6’2″ Weight – 200 lbs
Twitter: @emanuelhall
Combine Results:
40 Yard Dash – 4.39 seconds
Bench Press – 15 Reps (225 lbs)
Vertical Jump – 43.5 Inches
Broad Jump – 141.0 Inches

Strengths:

Hall was a standout at the NFL combine when he produced a lighting fast 4.39  40-yard time. While other receivers in the class may be taller, he has speed for days. He uses his speed to stretch the field and his agility to be one of the best vertical threats in the draft.

Uses minimal physicality but instead relies on finesse and handwork to win the ball.

He tracks the ball really well in flight and beats press coverage at the line of scrimmage with ease. He is continuing to develop his game and is an exciting player to watch.

Weaknesses:

He has poor hands. I don’t know how else to explain it. He is very inconsistent and sometimes drops the easiest of catches. Whether he lifts his eyes too early or simply cannot hang onto the ball. It’s not a good trait to have.

He has had a few niggling injuries in College, but nothing to be overly concerned about.

Giphy:

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Speed and separation shown by Hall to score a great touchdown

Pro Comparison:

Mike Wallace

Overall Review:

Great WR, a joy to watch tape on, when he holds the ball. He will be an instant threat in the NFL.

Look for him in late round 2 or early 3.

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