It’s been a busy NFL Combine experience for former Centennial Cougar Emanuel Hall.
The Missouri wide receiver nearly broke records Saturday morning when he jumped an 11’9″ on the broad jump assessment, good for second-best in combine history according to ESPN.
Mizzou WR Emanuel Hall’s broad jump of 11’9″ is tied for second best in NFL Combine history 😱
📺: NFL Network pic.twitter.com/VbJRp6PqZ7
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) March 2, 2019
He also ran an impressive 4.40 on the forty-yard dash, good for third overall at the combine so far.
— T.J. Moe (@TJMoe28) March 2, 2019
The 2015 Centennial graduate was a three-star recruit coming out of college before he went to join the Tigers.
He is one of two Cougars in the NFL draft process. Texas A&M linebacker Tyrel Dodson is also on a quest to join an NFL team this April.
Hall spoke with Titans Online reporter Jim Wyatt about speaking with the hometown team in the draft process.
“The meeting with the Titans is really good,” Hall told Wyatt. “That’s actually one team that has talked to me a lot, and honestly, getting drafted to your hometown city would be awesome. And, it’s in Nashville, which would even be more awesome. So it’s almost like it’s meant for me to be in this draft.”
He’s the top senior wide receiver on the draft board of The Athletic’s draft expert Dane Brugler.
#NFLCombine key measurements thread…
134. #Missouri WR Emanuel Hall
Height: 6-1 7/8
Hand: 9 6/8
Arm: 33 2/8
Wingspan: 79 3/8
— Charles Robinson (@CharlesRobinson) February 28, 2019
Check back for more combine coverage, including more insight into Hall, Dodson and former CPA lineman Paul Adams.