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Breece Hall

2022 Rookie Profile

High School Rating:

School: Iowa State
Year: Junior
Date of Birth: May 31, 2001

College Stats

2019Iowa State121868974.892325211.01
2020Iowa State1227915725.621231807.82
2021Iowa State1225314725.820363028.43
CareerIowa State71839415.550827349.06

Metrics and Measurables

Height5’11” (57th)
Weight217 lbs (61st)
Wingspan75 7/8″ (73rd)
Arm Length31 1/4″ (60th)
Hand Size9 3/4″ (85th)
40-Yard Dash4.39s (93rd)
Vertical Jump40″ (94th)
Broad Jump126″ (91st)
3-Cone Drill
20-Yard Shuttle
Bench Press

Speed Score116.9 (98th)
Burst Score131.0 (94th)
Agility Score
College Dominator40.0%
Target Share10.7% (81st)


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Injury Risk


  • No major injuries reported. Missed zero games due to injury.

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Player Analysis

The Good

  • Vision – Excellent at finding holes even while smothered in the backfield. Identifies cut lanes as they develop.
  • Durability – This is huge for a running back. Had 800 touches in college without missing a game.
  • Ball Security – Only 4 fumbles in his career (0.5% fumble rate).
  • Athleticism – Tested extremely well at the Combine, which moved him up draft boards.

The Bad

  • Play Speed – Doesn’t match testing speed. Initial burst is average until he hits his second gear.
  • Physicality – Not overly physical for a running back of his size. Would like to see better leg drive when hit by defenders.
  • Agility – Missing great stop/start ability in the backfield. Struggles to move laterally.
  • Decisiveness – Shows a bit of hesitation before making decisions in the backfield, missing opportunities for additional yards.

Overall Assessment

PRE-DRAFT: Breece Hall has seen a meteoric rise up draft boards since the NFL Combine. He came into the 2021 season as the projected #1 RB, but Iowa State’s mediocre record caused him to fade a bit into the background. Now his athletic testing results have vaulted him to “consensus #1” status once again. Hall has a great size/athleticism combo that will help him succeed in the NFL. He’s no stranger to a large volume of touches and has consistently put up some huge production numbers. He caught a fair amount of passes in college, but his routes are not among the elite receiving backs. He’s likely to see the field early and often in his career, but I don’t think he’s on the same level as guy’s like Jonathan Taylor. Please temper your expectations before crowning him a future Hall of Famer.


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