Ohio State defensive tackle Michael Hall Jr. ran how fast?
Ohio State defensive tackle Michael Hall Jr. is a massive young man, standing 6 feet, 2 inches tall and weighing 290 pounds.
He showed flashes of his ability this past fall, registering 19 tackles to go along with 4.5 sacks. Unfortunately, injuries prevented him from really breaking out, but the results of his just scratching the surface of his potential have many Buckeyes and fans expecting Hall to have a massive third season.
In a recent Ohio State football Zebra Report (a speed test), Hall was the fastest player on the defensive side of the ball. He was faster than every other defensive lineman, linebacker and defensive back. Hall maxed out at an astounding 21.4 miles per hour.
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That is absolutely insane if you think about it. Hall weighs more than the majority of the players on this list. It would not surprise me one bit to see the Ohio native explode onto the national scene this fall.
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