With 29 days until the 2016 Michigan football season, we look back All-American cornerback, Leon Hall. The California native took his talent to Ann Arbor where he turned into an impressive athlete. He committed to Michigan without taking an official visit Below are his career highlights and achievements:
- 2006 consensus All-American
- 86 total tackles and 12 interceptions
- 15 punt returns with an average of 11.6 yards
- First Team All-Big Ten in 2006
- He posted an impressive 40 time of 4.38 seconds at the 2007 NFL Combine.
- He was drafted in the first round (18th overall) in the 2007 NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals.
- Career history: Cincinnati Bengals (2007–2015)
New York Giants (2016–present)
- Career stats through 2015 season: Tackles: 470. Interceptions: 26, Passes deflected: 111, Forced fumbles: 5
Fumble recoveries: 3, Defensive TDs: 3
The Latest- Hall signed with the New York Giants. They posted this on Twitter yesterday.
The #Giants have signed CB Leon Hall! Welcome to BIG BLUE!
— New York Giants (@Giants) August 4, 2016
Hall became one of the most impressive cornerbacks to attend Michigan, move on to the NFL, and continues to add to his impressive career getting ready for to play with New York.