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Korey Hall

Korey Hall

Team Number: 35
Birth Date: 12/31/1969
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 243lbs.
Position: Full Back
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JULY 29, 2011 - KOREY HALL SIGNED WITH NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

Korey Dean Hall was born on August 5, 1983. Korey Hall played high school football at Ferry High School in Idaho. Korey Hall played both linebacker and running back at Ferry and he was named Class 2A Player of the Year in 2001.

Korey Hall attended college at Boise State University. There, Korey Hall was a three time First Team All-WAC linebacker and two time WAC defensive player of the year.

Korey Hall was drafted in the 6th round by the Green Bay Packers in 2007. The Green Bay Packers converted Hall into a fullback due to his relatively small size. On September 8, 2008 Korey Hall scored his first NFL touchdown against the Minnesota Vikings.

In 2009, Korey Hall competed in 11 games and even earned 5 starts. Korey Hall proved competent on-field by hauling in five passes for a total of 41 yards. between 2007 and 2009, Korey Hall made 37 tackles on special teams, putting him third among Green Bay Packers players during that time span. Therefore, by the end of 2009, Korey Hall receive an honor by CBSSports.com. Korey Hall was voted the Western Athletic Conference’s defensive player of the decade! This was because Korey Hall earned first-team All-WAC honors three consecutive seasons and he also ended his college career second in tackles in the league's history.

Korey Hall has a solid foundation, especially with the CBSSports.com award under his belt. Korey Hall has been training hard for the upcoming 2011 Green Bay Packers football season and is ready to set new personal records on the field. Korey Hall has great potential and should do our team proud this season. Go, Packers!



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