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Max Hall biography

Date of birth : 1985-10-01
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Mesa, Arizona
Nationality : American
Category : Sports
Last modified : 2010-11-29
Credited as : Football player NFL, quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals, Pro Bowl/NFL Draft player

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Max Hall is an American football quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League. He was signed by the Cardinals as an undrafted free agent in 2010.

College Career:
After sitting out two seasons following his transfer from Arizona State, started all 39 games played in his final three campaigns (2007-09) at BYU, finishing his career with the school record for the most wins by a starting QB with 32 (Ty Detmer, 29) … totaled 11,365 passing yards and 80 TD passes while completing 903 of 1,382 attempts (65.3%) … started all 13 games for the third consecutive season and served as team captain for the second straight year as a senior ... named Sports Illustrated All-American honorable mention ... led BYU to 11-2 record, including 3-1 against nationally ranked teams, and a No. 12 final ranking ... finished 2-1 in bowl games as a starter after beating Oregon State 44-20 in the MAACO Las Vegas Bowl ... earned All-MWC honors all three years as BYU starter, including 2009 All-MWC second team accolades ... named one of 10 finalists for 2009 Manning Award as the nation’s top QB ... ranked first in the MWC and fourth nationally in pass efficiency (160.1) ... ranked first in MWC, and eighth nationally in completion percentage (67.2) ... ranked first in MWC and ninth nationally in total passing yards (3,560) ... ranked first in MWC and 10th nationally in points responsible/game (16.1) ... finished first in the MWC and 12th nationally in passing yards/game (273.8) as well as first in MWC and 14th nationally in total offense (279.6 yards/game) ... named MWC Offensive Player of the Week five times in 2009 for performances against No. 3 Oklahoma, Tulane, San Diego State, Wyoming and Air Force ... named Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week and Davey O’Brien Quarterback of the Week (9/5/09) and College Football Performance Awards National Player of the Week once, National Quarterback of the Week once, and Honorable Mention National Quarterback of the Week twice in 2009 ... set MWC single-season record with eight 300-yard passing games, breaking his own record of seven that he shared with former BYU QBs John Beck, Kevin Feterik and Wyoming’s Casey Bramlet ... threw for 3,560 yards, becoming only the second player in MWC history to pass for 3,000 or more yards in three consecutive seasons ... set a MWC record and tied a school record with seven TDs against UCLA; threw six in the first half to set a school record … named Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week (9/13/08) ... three-time MWC Offensive Player of the Week ... semifinalist for the 2008 Davey O'Brien Award ... ranked No. 6 in the nation in passing yards per game (304.4), No. 7 in total passing yards (3,957), No. 8 in completions per game (25.4), No. 9 in total offense (313.2) and No. 11 in passing efficiency (157.2) while completing 69.2% of his passes and totaling an MWC single-season record 35 TDs ... received the Andy Reid Competitive Greatness Award for the second straight season ... recorded a season-high 486 yards passing against Northern Iowa ... in 2007, started all 13 games, leading BYU to its second-straight conference title … earned Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors and All-Mountain West Conference first-team honors ... became the Mountain West Conference's all-time leading sophomore QB with a league-best 3,848 yards passing … totaled a league-high 26 TDs on the season, completing 298 of 496 passes … registered a league-best five 300-yard games on the season, including games against UCLA (391), Tulsa (537), Colorado State (355), TCU (305) and Wyoming (331) ... threw for over 300 yards in three straight games, and for over 200 yards in 12 of the Cougars 13 games ... had nine games with two or more TDs ... recorded a career-high 537 yards passing and four TDs against Tulsa ... reached the 3,000-yard mark in his 10th game of the season, matching the league record for the fastest ascent to 3,000 yards in a single season … sat out the 2006 season after transferring from Arizona State ... redshirted at Arizona State as a true freshman in 2004.

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