WORTH NOTING: Expected to compete for a starting position at the cornerback spot vacated following the graduation of Marcus Hamilton.
AT VIRGINIA: 2006-Played in all 12 contests as a backup cornerback and special teams performer ... gifted athlete who excelled as an outside gunner on punt coverage teams ... shared the team lead with Mike Brown with seven tackles in punt coverage ... played on 151 snaps and recorded a total of 13 tackles ... recorded his first tackle against Duke and finished with four stops against the Blue Devils ... also had four tackles in home game vs. Maryland ... earned his first letter. 2005--Spent training camp and the first half of the season working with the quarterbacks ... moved to cornerback midway through the season when the team got thin at the position ...was on the travel squad for nine games but did not get into any games ...redshirted.
HIGH SCHOOL: Record-setting quarterback who had a remarkable career at Gretna Senior HS for coach Rob Senseney ... SuperPrep All-American ... PrepNation.com All-American ... listed as the country's ninth-best quarterback by SuperPrep, No. 17 by CollegeFootballNews.com, and No. 22 by Scout.com ... ranked the 10th-best athlete in the nation by Rivals.com ... 5 stars by Max Emfinger ... 4-star player according to Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Max Emfinger "Super Athlete" ... 33rd on Scout.com's East Hot 100 list ... named an Old Spice Red Zone National Player of the Year ... All-South by the Orlando Sentinel ... the state's 2nd-best player by Rivals.com, 3rd by TheSabre.com and SuperPrep, and 4th by Scout.com ... listed 2nd among players in Virginia on the Charlottesville Daily Progress "Gold List" and 3rd by the Roanoke Times ... guided his team to a 47-5 record in his career ... three-time first-team All-State quarterback who led his team to state championships his junior and senior seasons with perfect 14-0 records each season ... Group AA state player of the year both seasons ... Lynchburg News & Advance Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... set several state records ... compiled 13,770 career yards of offense, breaking Ronald Curry's record ... his record is fifth all-time nationally ... passed for a state record 8731 yards and 104 touchdowns (also a record) in his career ... rushed for 5039 yards and 66 touchdowns ... his 170 total touchdowns are second in state history ... broke his own state record as a senior with 4852 total yards ... completed 165 of 259 passes for 2851 yards, 38 touchdowns (third-most in state history) and just six interceptions during his senior season ... also rushed 174 times for 1982 yards and 26 touchdowns ... his 64 total touchdowns are second in state history ... in the state championship game he passed for 153 yards and two scores and rushed 14 times for 211 yards and two touchdowns ... set a state record during his junior year with 4434 yards (2769 passing, 1665 rushing) of offense (which he broke as a senior) ... completed 167 of 250 passes and rushed for 1665 yards ... accounted for 56 touchdowns (31 passing, 25 rushing), which was the second-highest total in state history until his senior year knocked it down to third ... rushed for 345 yards on 21 carries in one game as a junior ... earned first-team All-State accolades following a sophomore season when he passed for 2184 yards and 20 touchdowns, while rushing for 1045 yards and 12 touchdowns ... started as a freshman on an 11-1 team ... threw 14 touchdown passes ... ran and passed for 1546 yards ... also played basketball.
PERSONAL: Vicqual Renee Hall ... born 9-24-86 in Lynchburg, Va. ... son of Rochelle Hall and Victor Calloway ... has an older sister Nichelle ... his cousin Chris Cook is a UVa teammate.