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Scott Hall
Scott  Hall
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Schertz, TX

High School:
Clemens HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 211

Position:
Quarterback


Career
Inducted into the North Texas Athletics Hall of Fame in 2013 ... One of the most accomplished quarterbacks in school history ... Led North Texas to the Sun Belt Conference title in 2001, 2003 and 2004 ...The Mean Green went to the New Orleans Bowl each of those years thanks to the leadership of Hall ... Started 41 games over his four-year career and ranks third in career passing touchdowns (49) and career passing yards (5,829) ... Holds the conference career touchdown passes record with 45.

2004

Named to the Sun Belt All-Conference second team ... Tied a school record by throwing only two interceptions all season, including only one in seven conference games ... Led the Sun Belt with a passing efficiency rating of 174.6 in league games ... Started all 12 games and was responsible for at least one touchdown in each of the last ten games ... Threw for 1,818 yards and 14 touchdowns ... Set a career high when he threw for 285 yards - the best passing performance ever under Darrell Dickey ... Tied a career high with three touchdown tosses against Arkansas State.

2003
Threw for 1,732 yards, 13 touchdowns and led the Mean Green to a 9-1 record after becoming the starter in the fifth game of the season ... Led the Sun Belt Conference in passing efficiency 153.4, which would rank among the top 10 in the nation if he met the minimum of 15 attempts per game ... His pass efficiency rating in conference games is 193.0, which is nearly 30 points better than his closest competitor ... Had 12 touchdowns in conference games, which is the second-most among all league quarterbacks ... His touchdowns to interceptions ratio in conference games is 12-4, which was the best in the league ... His 1,732 yards passing are more than any quarterback ever under Dickey.

2002
Was injured prior to season opener and played only part of three quarters in the first game before sitting out the remainder of the season and receiving a medical redshirt

2001
Was awarded the Ja’Quay Wilburn Award as the team’s Outstanding Offensive Back by the coaching staff ... Started 11 of 12 games, sitting out the first half of the Texas Tech game before coming in to throw one touchdown and run for another in the second half ... Increased his passing yards by more than 500 yards, his touchdowns by 11, his completion percentage by five percent and his efficiency rating by nearly 30 points from the previous year, despite playing with an injured knee the second half of the season ... Threw at least one touchdown pass in every game after the season-opening loss to TCU ... Including the New Orleans Bowl, he threw at least two touchdown passes in each of the final seven games of the season, led by a career-best three scoring strikes against Louisiana Lafayette ... His 133.1 pass efficiency rating was the fourth-best in North Texas history and the best since Mitch Maher in 1994 (190.89) ... His 17 touchdown tosses was the most in the Sun Belt and the most by a North Texas quarterback since Mitch Maher had 26 in 1994 ... Only two quarterbacks in North Texas history have thrown for more touchdowns in a single season (Maher and Steve Ramsey) ... Became just the fifth player in Mean Green history to account for five touchdowns in a game when he threw for three and rushed for two, earning Sun Belt Offensive Player of the Week accolades in a 42-17 win over Louisiana-Lafayette ... Threw a career-long 65-yard touchdown pass to George Marshall in 45-0 win over Arkansas State ... Recorded single-game career-highs for attempts (33), completions (19), passing yards (214), passing touchdowns (3) and rushing touchdowns (2) during 2001 season ... Rushed for 143 yards and four touchdowns on 86 carries.

2000
Started the final nine games of his true freshman season ... Finished with 937 yards and six touchdown passes and was the team’s third leading rusher with 230 yards and one touchdown ... Had an impressive debut, leading North Texas on its only scoring drive of the night in a 20-7 season-opening loss to Baylor. ... Entered the game late in the third quarter and on his first drive led the Mean Green on a nine-play 80-yard scoring drive ... Came off the bench in the next game, completing five of nine passes for 93 yards and nearly leading North Texas to a fourth-quarter victory in a tough 13-7 loss at Texas Tech ... Made his first career start against UNLV in a 38-0 loss ... In his next start, Hall led North Texas to its first win of the season, a 41-6 thrashing of Samford ... Completed four-of-nine passes for 68 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 91 yards on 12 carries before coming out early in the fourth quarter ... Had a career-high 214 yards passing with three touchdowns against Arkansas State ... Was the most touchdown passes by a freshman quarterback at North Texas since Mitch Maher had three on November 4, 1994 ... Started and led North Texas to all three victories ... In those three games (Samford, Louisiana-Lafayette, New Mexico) he combined for 16 of 31 passes for 239 yards, two touchdowns and only one interception ... Also had a career-high 91 yards rushing against Samford including a career-long 42-yard run that set up North Texas’s first touchdown ... Had a career-high 250 yards of total offense against Arkansas State ... His 100 carries were the most for a North Texas quarterback since 1990 (Scott Davis, 201 carries)

High School
Was a third-team all-state pick by the Texas Sportswriters Association and an honorable mention all-state pick by the Associated Press as a defensive back even though he played primarily as a quarterback as a senior ... Had 56 total tackles, four interceptions and one fumble recovery ... Was an honorable mention all-city pick as a quarterback, passing for 1,200 yards and 16 touchdowns while rushing for 422 yards and nine more scores ... Was an all-state pick as a junior at defensive back, picking off nine passes and registering 113 tackles ... In 1999, he helped the Buffaloes to a 14-1 record and advanced to the Class 4A Division II semifinals ... In the regional finals against San Marcos, Hall threw a pair of touchdown passes and made a late-game interception to preserve a 21-13 victory ... Clemens was ranked #3 in the state in the final regular season Class 4A poll ... Clemens posted a 38-3 record over the past three seasons, finishing undefeated in the regular season each year ... Was the starting quarterback in the seventh and eighth grades and his freshman and senior years, compiling a 38-3 record ... From junior high through his senior year he played on teams that won 62-of-67 games ... Hall is also an all-district shortstop in baseball and a member of the National Honor Society ... Was also an honorable academic all-state selection ... Was coached by Robert Lehnhoff

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