Jaren Hall has dealt with injuries in his playing career that have knocked his stock down a bit but he is a player that should rise up the board as the draft approaches due to his athletic ability and strong arm.
Hall is a former baseball player who can sling the ball around but he also plays the game smart. He is not afraid to use his legs to pick up extra yardage as well as initiate contact with defenders.
He was just a two-year starter at BYU but threw for nearly 3,200 yards and 31 touchdowns this past season for the Cougars. Unfortunately, an ankle injury forced him to miss the team’s recent New Mexico Bowl victory over SMU.
Hall will likely not be chosen in the first round but if he is still hanging around on the board on day two when the Broncos come up on the clock, he could garner some interest.