Bowie State

Amir Hall impresses in NFL Regional Combine

Amir Hall participated in the NFL Regional Combine Invitational in Kansas City on Saturday and got the opportunity to throw for league personnel.

Many HBCU fans were disappointed to see Bowie State’s Amir Hall fly under the radar for the 2019 NFL Combine but there is no need to panic.

The NFL Draft prospect participated in the 2019 NFL Regional Combine in Kansas City on March 9 in Kansas City, Missouri; awarding him the opportunity to throw among professional scouts.

The NFL created the Regional Combine Invitational in 2018. The event is for athletes that did not get a National Combine invite or recently waived with less than three years experience. NFL teams and the league’s scouting service select the players. Similar to the National combine, the two-day event allows prospects to get looks from league staff through multiple evaluations. Day One goes to top draft-eligible college players, which Hall is.

The day consists of mental, physical and medical assessments and physical drills and reps for scouts from all 32 clubs. Unlike in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl, Hall got the opportunity to show what his arm can do this time.

Hall is said to have had an impressive day at the invitational on Saturday. When asked, Hall told Dayna O’Gorman of Our Turf Football that this opportunity was exciting, especially considering some scouts may not be able to make it out to his Pro Day. He also wanted the opportunity to show his talent is comparable to any level.

Hall will have his Pro Day on March 27 at Bowie State University.


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