Buccaneers’ Rookie Logan Hall Impresses


The Tampa Bay Buccaneers drafted defensive lineman Logan Hall in the second round of the 2022 NFL draft. Hall is looked at as part of the future for the Bucs along side Vita Vea. So after all if the offseason programs and two preseason games how is Hall doing?

Recently, NFL.com’s Chad Reuter put out his evaluation of each team’s top draft pick. Reuter had the following to say about the Buccaneers top pick.

“Hall started for the Bucs against Tennessee on Saturday, getting off the ball low for a 6-foot-6 lineman. He held the line of scrimmage well against backup right guards in the first quarter, staying square and landing strong hands. Hall was violent with those hands, as well, swiping aside his opponent to create space. It was tougher for him to make forward progress while facing left tackle Taylor Lewan at the five-technique spot during the game’s second series, though he battled the veteran on every snap. Hall’s only tackle came 24 yards downfield, showcasing his athleticism by tracking down Malik Willis on the sideline and pushing him out of bounds.”

Reuter Continued…

“Understandably tired, he ended up on the ground trying to stand up against a double-team on the next play. While the former Houston Cougar didn’t light up the stat sheet in the first half against the Titans, he showed he can collapse the pocket, effectively control his gap in the run game and make plays outside the box when needed.”

Competing against a player of Lewan’s status is a good sign for the rookie. Hall has shown discipline, consistency and athletic ability so far this preseason. If these thongs are a glimpse of the future, the future looks bright for the Buccaneers.

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