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34 Bryce Hall
Bryce  Hall

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Harrisburg, Pa.

High School:
Bishop McDevitt HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 200

Position:
CB

Experience:
1L


01/26/2017

Six Cavaliers Earn VaSID All-State Recognition

Kiser named defensive player of the year, Hall named defensive rookie of the year

10/01/2016

Post Game Notes

10/01/2016

Post Game Notes

10/01/2016

Post Game Quotes

10/01/2016

Virginia forces 6 turnovers in 34-20 win over Duke

03/29/2017

Cornerback Bryce Hall

Cornerback Bryce Hall #34

11/04/2017

Virginia vs. Georgia Tech (USATSI)

Images from the Cavaliers playing host to the Yellow Jackets in ACC action

10/14/2017

Virginia vs UNC (USATSI)

NCAA Football: Virginia vs UNC

09/09/2017

Virginia vs. Indiana (USATSI Gallery)

Virginia vs. Indiana (USATSI Gallery)

11/26/2016

Virginia Tech 52, Virginia 10

The Cavaliers fall to rival Virginia Tech, on November 26, 2016.

10/01/2016

USATSI Gallery - Virginia @ Duke

USATSI Gallery - Virginia @ Duke

HONORS
2016 -
Athlon Sports first-team Freshman All-ACC ... VaSID Defensive Rookie of the Year.

AT VIRGINIA
2017
- Has started all 11 of UVA's games ... made five stops in the season-opening win against William & Mary ... recorded four stops against Indiana and broke up one pass ... made six tackles and one stop for a loss against UConn ... forced the Huskies to fumble at the UVA goal line, which Micah Kiser picked up to stall the UConn drive ... made three stops at Boise State ... made three tackles and broke up one pass against Duke ... made two tackles, broke up two passes and returned an interception 36 yards in a road win at North Carolina ... made four tackles against Boston College ... made two stops, one tackle for loss and broke up two passes at Pitt ... made one stop against Georgia Tech ... recorded seven tackles and broke up one pass at Louisville ... made four tackles and 1.0 sack at No. 2 Miami ... also broke up a pass against the Hurricanes. 2016 - Appeared in all 12 of UVA's games with seven starts ... one of nine UVA true freshmen to play and one of six to start at least one game ... made collegiate debut against Richmond in the season opener ... made one tackle at then-No. 24 Oregon ... made a tackle against Central Michigan ... saw significant time on defense at Duke and collected his first two career interceptions, helping UVA match a team record with five picks against the Blue Devils ... added four tackles at Duke ... made first career start against Pitt and collected four tackles against the Panthers ... made nine tackles, eight solo, against then-No. 22 North Carolina ... also recovered a fumble against the Tar Heels ... made two tackles at Wake Forest ... made one pass breakup against Miami ... made two tackles at Georgia Tech ... made two stops at Virginia Tech ... broke one pass against the Hokies.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL

Played wide receiver and defensive back at Bishop McDevitt for head coach Jeff Weachter ... rated a three-star recruit according to ESPN.com ... rated a two-star recruit by Rivals.com, Scout.com and 247sports ... led Bishop McDevitt with 54 receptions and 1,108 receiving yards in 2015 ... scored 16 touchdowns, 15 of which were receiving scores ... earned first-team Class AAA all-state honors in 2015 from the Pennsylvania Football Writers ... made 56 catches for 989 yards and 13 scores in 2014 as a junior ... recorded 137 career catches for 2,386 yards and 35 touchdowns during his time at Bishop McDevitt ... averaged 17.4 yards per catch for his high school career.

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