Oklahoma Sooners H-Back, TE Jeremiah Hall declares for the 2022 NFL draft

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After a storied career for the Oklahoma Sooners, H-Back and tight end Jeremiah Hall has declared for the 2022 NFL draft. One of the more popular Sooners player will take his talents to the next level.

Hall was an integral part of the Oklahoma Sooners passing attack during his tenure as the starting H-Back. As part of a rotation with Austin Stogner and Brayden Willis, Hall had a career year with 32 receptions for 334 yards and four touchdowns. He also added six carries for 25 yards and a touchdown.

The do-it-all senior totaled 67 receptions for 757 yards and 12 touchdowns across four seasons becoming a reliable third down and red zone option for the Oklahoma Sooners offense.

In addition to his receiving prowess, Hall’s blocking has been instrumental in making the Sooners rushing attack one of the best in the country over the last four years. His technique, tenacity, and physicality helped was on display in the Oklahoma Sooners 47-32 win over the Oregon Ducks in the Alamo Bowl.

Jeremiah Hall will be sorely missed next season. While they may get the return of Brayden Willis and have a nice group of tight ends incoming, Hall’s departure will leave a leadership void for the Sooners that will need to be filled as he begins preparations for the NFL draft and his professional future.

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