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2005 Football Roster


Willie Hall

Class: r-Jr.
Position: OL
Height: 6-6
Weight: 310 pounds
Previous School: Dougherty
Hometown: Albany, GA

2005: Started all 11 games at left tackle to run his streak to 22 straight starts en route to earning second team all-conference honors ... Was second among linemen with 748 snaps played and was also second in knockdowns with a personal-best 99 ... Had a cumulative grade of 85 percent on the season ... Graded out at 82 percent and collected five knockdowns in the season opener at Alabama then responded with 10 knockdowns in 77 snaps to go along with an 84 percent grade versus North Texas ... Played exceptional against Akron and earned a grade of 89 percent in 65 snaps ... Earned the team's most valuable lineman award following the win over Vanderbilt after registering eight knockdowns in 52 snaps ... Registered 74 snaps and had 13 knockdowns in win at FAU (graded out at 74 percent) ... Graded out at 86 percent in 62 snaps against ULL ... Shared most valuable lineman honors with Franklin Dunbar following win over Arkansas State ... Hall was in on 51 plays and earned a grade of 87 percent against the Indians ... Had 17.5 knockdowns and graded out at 87 percent in 71 snaps against Louisiana-Monroe ... Registered 88 total snaps played at NC State to earn a grade of 84 percent and collected 7.5 knockdowns ... Was the team's co-most valuable offensive linemen with Germayle Franklin against Troy after collecting 12.5 knockdowns and grading out at 88 percent in 75 plays ... Had 81 plays at FIU and graded out a season-high 91 percent.

2004: One of three linemen to start every game (left tackle) ... Totaled a career-best 92.5 knockdowns and earned a cumulative grade of 81 percent to rank second on the team ... Played 789 snaps during the season ... Registered five double-digit knockdown games, including a personal-best 14 against ULM ... Graded out over 80 percent eight times, including the final four games in a row ... Had 11.5 knockdowns against ULL and added 11 in 67 plays in win over Utah State ... Graded out a season-best 86 percent against New Mexico State.

2003: Played in eight games and earned six starts ... Was in on a total of 338 snaps and had 28 knockdowns ... His cumulative season grade was 82 percent ... Saw his first collegiate snaps against No. 8 Georgia when Julius Gant went out with an injury ... Responded well in his 20 snaps by recording a team-high six knockdowns and grading out at 84 percent ... Earned his first collegiate start at Clemson, but played only six snaps before suffering an injury ... Was in on just seven plays at Missouri ... Started against Temple and had eight knockdowns in 78 plays ... Graded out at 89 percent against the Owls ... Was the team's most valuable lineman against NMSU with five knockdowns in 51 snaps played ... Was in on a personal-best 84 snaps at Idaho and had six knockdowns ... Added five knockdowns against North Texas ... Graded out at 88 percent on the road against Utah State ... Did not play against Troy State, Louisiana-Lafayette, and Arkansas State due to personal reasons.

2002: Took a redshirt year.

High School: Lettered three years in football, three years in track, and two years in basketball ... Was an All-SW Georgia, All-Region, and All-Metro selection as a senior ... Voted the team's No. 1 lineman his senior season ... Was an offensive lineman and a defensive tackle his senior season and never came off the field ... Played football for Cleetus Hopkins.

Personal: Parent: Geneud Odom ... Born: 9/20/82 ... Major: Physical Education.



2003 Game-by-Game Stats
2004 Game-by-Game Stats
2005 Game-by-Game Stats