Jeff Hall - Kicking Lessons Tennessee

TOP 50 PLAYERS IN UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE HISTORY: Jeff Hall defined clutch as Tennessee's kicker in the mid-90s. His first clutch kick was against Georgia in 1995, when the sophomore stepped in with just seconds remaining to break the tie and clinch the victory for the Vols. The 1998 National Championship season is what set Jeff Hall apart as the clutch-est of the clutch. He was so respected by his teammates and coaches, he was even named captain. He drilled game-winners against Syracuse and Florida in Tennessee's first and third games of the season to help continue the Vols 13-0 Championship run. Hall finished his career as SEC all-time scoring leader and remains the Vol's all-time career leader in points with 371.
HIGH SCHOOL: Franklin County (TN)
  • All-American 1993
  • All Mid-State, ALL State Honorable Mention, All District - 1991-93
  • TN HS record field goal record (kicked twice) 62 yards - 1991 & 92
COLLEGE: Tennessee
  • All-SEC 1995-1998
  • All SEC Freshman 1995
  • Academic All-SEC 1995-98
  • GTE Academic All-District 1996
  • Captain 1998
  • National Champs 1998
  • SEC Champs 1997, 1998
  • TN all-time leading scorer, 371 points
  • Drafted 6th round by Washington Redskins in 1999
  • Played for Rams in 2000: 8-8 on PAT's / 4-5 FG's / Longest: 50
  • Spent time in camp with Redskins, Rams, Packers, Saints and 49'ers



Jeff Hall - Kicking Lessons Tennessee
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