UVA Football: Bryce Hall named to Walter Camp All-America Team
UVA cornerback Bryce Hall has been named to the Walter Camp All-America team. The Walter Camp Football Foundation made the announcement Thursday (Dec. 6) at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta, Ga.
Hall was a second-team All-America selection.
The Walter Camp All-America team, the nation’s oldest college football All-America squad, is in its 129th year honoring the nation’s best college football players. Hall is the 13th Cavalier all-time to be recognized on the Walter Camp All-America team and gives UVA a Walter Camp All-American in back-to-back seasons. Last year FS Quin Blanding and ILB Micah Kiser were also named second-team honorees. Hall is the first UVA cornerback to be recognized by the organization, previous defensive backs were safeties (Blanding, Anthony Harris – 2013).
Hall (Jr., Harrisburg, Pa.) leads the nation with 20 pass breakups and is No. 2 in the nation with 22 passes defended. He boasts 59 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, 2.0 sacks, two interceptions, forced two fumbles and recovered another fumble. Hall was named ACC Defensive Back of the Week after making five tackles, breaking up three passes and intercepting another at Duke. Pro Football Focus (PFF) ranks him No. 4 in the nation among defensive backs in regards to forcing an incompletion and he is the highest graded ACC cornerback through 12 games, per PFF.
Previously Hall also been first-team All-ACC and was named an honorable mention All-American by PFF.