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Ex-Jets Scout Explains Why New York Should Pick Breece Hall in 2022 NFL Draft


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Everything this scout says about Breece I second.  My favorite draft pick. 

He makes this offense complete.  Hall is a touchdown machine.  He can grind out yardage or he can explode in space.  LaFleur will scheme him and get the most out of him.  The good thing is he doesn't have to get 20-25 carries in this offense.  Michael Carter will get his share too.  Both have a much better chance to stay fresh and healthy throughout the season.  Because neither has to be an overworked bell cow.

Breece Hall as a dangerous run-receiver threat...will force opposing DCs to have to seriously focus and game plan for him.  Allowing the WR-TE units to be less focused on, and make it more possible for them to make plays.  Especially off of play action.

Breece Hall...makes this offense complete.  And way more dangerous...due to his presence alone.  

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Hall is a superstar waiting to happen.

Hall is a future All-Pro.

Fantasy owners need to get to know the name, and defensive coordinators around the NFL should start game-planning and figuring out a way to try to stop him.

If the Jets are lucky enough to land Hall, let’s just put it this way…

New York has not had a back like Hall since they had Curtis Martin.

Trust me, I was there. 
 

 

 

 

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I just love that sub 4.4 speed....up the middle..

While having sub 4.4 guys with both outside WR's.  Guys that make a team pay if they commit safeties to the box.  

Honestly, we saw how creative ML could be with Braxton Barrios and Keenan Cole...

Imagine - Moore, Wilson and Hall - just finding ways to get them in space.  Having a RB that is a home run threat every time he touches the ball - really opens up the passing game.

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I never understood why 75% of this board wanted to wait for the 4th or 5th round to take a running back.  Your number 1 back touches the ball 15 - 20 times a game.  Its a premium position and should be treated as such in the draft.

Should the colts have passed on jonathan taylor and wait on rb until round 5?

It was absolute crazy talk.  Breece hall is the next Jonathan Taylor, derrick henry, dalvin cook etc.  We have a top 5 back in the nfl.  This is going to be sooooooooooooo exciting to watch I cannot wait.

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Been trying to figure out what the Jets will look like in the Fall after this draft.

The WCO gets tweaked and looks slight different depending on the personnel. I settled on my comp. I think our personnel really matches Sean McVay's Rams when he first started coaching and had Toddy Gurley as a featured back. Hall, MC and our offensive line gives us the ability to be a run heavy, play action offense that features quick strikes to guys who get separation like Moore, Berrios and Garrett. Our screen game to those WRs and our backs is going to be a problem for defenses.

 

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6 hours ago, jetsons said:

Ex-Jets Scout Explains Why New York Should Pick Breece Hall in 2022 NFL Draft

This former Jets scout thinks New York should snag Breece Hall in the 2022 NFL draft.

DANIEL KELLY

APR 12, 2022

The Jets need to take pressure off of second-year quarterback Zach Wilson, and one of the surefire ways to do that is by improving the running game.

There is a name out there who can do just that.

His name is Breece Hall, out of Iowa State, and in the minds of many, he is the top back in this draft class.

Hall is RB1 on my board.

He conjures up memories of Adrian Peterson watching him run the ball. Hall will pound and pound and pound and then explode for a home run.

Hall has thrown up huge numbers in college and his production screams workhorse.

2021: 253 attempts, 1,472 yards, 5.8 avg., 20 touchdowns and a long of 80 yards.

2020: 279 attempts, 1,572 yards, 5.6 avg., 21 touchdowns and a long of 75 yards.

Mix in his receiving yards…

BY BLAKE PACE APR 16, 2022

APR 16, 2022

2021: 36 receptions, 302 yards, 8.4 avg., 3 touchdowns

2020: 23 receptions, 180 yards, 7.8 avg., 2 touchdowns

This guy is a do-it-all-back who will be drifting down towards the bottom of the first, top of the second round (only because the league does not value franchise backs the way they used to).

The Jets are sitting there currently with the No. 35 and No. 38 picks and it is possible Hall could fall to them, or they could package those two picks and move up.

It is all about getting dynamic, game-changing players early in the draft, and Hall is all that and a bag of chips. He is a player who could step in from day one to either be the featured back or he could compliment Michael Carter in the offensive game plan.

Either way, the Jets must get better on the ground if they hope to dial down the heat on Wilson.

Should the New York Jets Pick Iowa State RB Breece Hall in the 2022 NFL Draft?

This former Jets scout says New York should do their best to add Breece Hall to their running back room this month.

Grading Breece Hall

image.png.35a36c4d086f983c7009c5dbbb0f53f8.png     Reese Strickland-USA TODAY Sports

6-foot-1, 220 pounds

40-yard dash time: 4.39

2021 game film reviewed: Texas, Iowa and West Virginia

Grade: First-Round

Scouting Report

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Patient complete back with game-breaking speed, vision and balance. 20-30 attempts per-game back. Tests and is able to exploit the slightest of creases and holes. Physical. Tough as nails. Will keep slamming it up in there looking for the opening until he finds it. Runs hard. Good instincts. Disciplined runner. Cut back, one cut runner who is not elusive, but he shows explosive quickness and acceleration up through the hole. Flashed spin move. Has some real get up and go like a sports car. Charges into the second level and then he is off to the races. Unselfish player who will stay in for blitz pickup. Exhibited good hands out of the backfield. Catches with hands. Best once he reaches the perimeter and gets out in space. Legit threat out of the backfield as a receiver. Graceful looking. Runs with purpose. End zone minded. Wants to score and will keep going until a defender and a strong tackling effort stops him.

Bottom Line-

Hall is a superstar waiting to happen.

Hall is a future All-Pro.

Fantasy owners need to get to know the name, and defensive coordinators around the NFL should start game-planning and figuring out a way to try to stop him.

If the Jets are lucky enough to land Hall, let’s just put it this way…

New York has not had a back like Hall since they had Curtis Martin.

Trust me, I was there. 

Glad I was on the Breece Hall train back in March.

 

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