2019 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about EMANUEL HALL: Missouri, 6017 201 4.35. Two year starter from Franklin, TN. After two years of backup duty, Hall burst onto the scene as the number one target for Drew Lock. For two straight years he led the Tigers in yards per catch. A vertical threat who has the rare level of speed that can blow by anyone. The separation he can get downfield can be used by any scheme. More than just a track athlete that happens to play football. There is plenty of quick twitch and he has a frame that could pack on some weight to the Olympic-caliber speed. Has battled hamstring issues and that will be a concern moving forward, but he is worth a gamble on day three because of what he can do downfield. A straight line blazer that can run by, and away from, anyone. Explosive, easy burst and acceleration. A deep threat that needs to be accounted for any time he steps on the field. Capable of elite stop and go movement. Plenty of twitch and foot quickness. Knows how to play the mental game with cover men. Can put them on their heels and stop himself on a dime. Tracks the ball well. Can haul it in from odd angles with complete awareness of where his feet are. Shows good balance and control. Needs more polish as a route runner. Will occasionally drop the easy ball. Has too much “all or nothing” feel to his game. Didn’t run a wide array of routes in college, needs more depth to his tree when it comes to lateral and intermediate routes. 2018 stats: 37-828, 22.4 ypr, 6 TD. OSR:2/ 42. Fourth/fifth round. (A-33 1/4, H-9 3/4, VJ-43.5, SS-DNP).