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Noble Hall Career Stats
- Sept. 11, 2018 for game at Arizona St.
Athletic, mobile defensive lineman who redshirted the 2015 campaign, adding weight and bulk to his frame ... Started all 14 games in 2016 at defensive tackle and has started 17 overall over his career at the spot, but logged his first nine starts at defensive end in 2017... Previously known as Eric Burrell, but legally changed his name to honor his father, who was shot and killed before he was born ... Enters 2018 as the starting defensive tackle.
SENIOR SEASON (2018)
Is a preseason second-team all-Mountain West selection by Athlon Sports.
JUNIOR SEASON (2017)
Was a preseason second-team all-Mountain West selection by Lindy’s Sports, and a third-team pick by Athlon Sports and Phil Steele Magazine ... Also was listed as “SDSU’s Key Player to a Successful Season” by Pete Fiutak of Campus Insiders ... Played in 12 games with nine starts at defensive end, making 39 tackles (24 solo), including 8.5 tackles for a loss of 45 yards, 3.5 sacks for 27 yards, two forced fumbles and four quarterback hurries ... Started the opener for the 15th straight game and 18th time overall, logging four tackles (three solo) and two tackles for loss ... Tied a then career high in both tackles (4) and TFL (2.0) with his four overall stops also tying for the most on the team ... All four stops came on rushing plays ... Also added a quarterback hurry ... Was named the MW Defensive Player of the Week for his play at Arizona State, when he set career highs in every category against the Sun Devils, registering five tackles (four solo), 1.5 sacks for 13 yards, 2.5 tackles for loss for 20 yards and two forced fumbles ... The two forced fumbles were tied for the fifth most in a FBS game this season as he helped limit the high-powered ASU offense to just 44 rushing yards on 31 carries (1.4 avg.) ... The MW Defensive Player-of-the-Week award was his first career defensive honor, the first by an Aztec since Malik Smith won the weekly award on Nov. 30, 2015, the first by a SDSU defensive lineman since Jerome Long on Sept. 13, 2011 and just the third San Diego State defensive lineman to win the award in the MW era (since 1999) ... Also was named to the MW Pro Football Focus Team of the Week ... Had an 8-yard sack (and tackle for loss) in a start against No. 19/19 Stanford ... Registered a career-high-tying five tackles (two solo) in a start at Air Force ... Had three stops (one solo) in a start vs. Northern Illinois ... Recorded four tackles (two solo) with a 1-yard TFL and a QBH at UNLV in a start ... Made two tackles against Boise State in another start ... Registered four stops (one solo) with a quarterback hurry in a start against Fresno State ... Had a good game at Hawai’i in a start, coming up with three tackles (two solo), including a 6-yard sack (and tackle for loss) ... Did not play (or travel) for the first time this season at San José State ... Had a solo tackle and a quarterback hurry off the bench vs. Nevada ... Had a good game off the bench vs. New Mexico, making five tackles (all solo), including a 4-yard tackle for loss ... Had two assisted stops against Army West Point off the bench in the Armed Forces Bowl.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2016)
Started all 14 games on the year ... Had 26 tackles, six tackles for loss for 27 yards, three sacks for 19 yards, a pass breakup and five quarterback hurries ... Earned his fourth career start in the opener against New Hampshire, but did not record a stat ... Started for the second straight game vs. California, making two stops with a key quarterback hurry on Bear quarterback Davis Webb on a potential game-winning drive in the fourth quarter ... Had a solo stop in a third consecutive start at Northern Illinois ... Came up with a season-high and a career-high-tying four tackles in a start at South Alabama ... Also had 1.5 tackles for loss and a 9-yard sack ... Had two stops (one solo) and a quarterback hurry in a fifth consecutive start against UNLV ... Registered three tackles (two solo), including a 1-yard tackle for loss, at Fresno State in another start ... Also added his first pass breakup of the season (second of his career) ... Had two tackles (one solo) in a start vs. San José State ... Made two stops (both assisted) with 0.5 tackles for loss for two yards in a stat at Utah State ... Had one solo tackle and a quarterback hurry in a start against Hawai'i ... Made three tackles and added a quarterback hurry in a 10th straight start at Nevada ... Came up with two tackles (one solo), including an 8-yard sack (and tackle for loss) at Wyoming ... Made a solo tackle in a 12th consecutive start vs. Colorado State ... Had an assisted tackle in a start at Wyoming in the MW Championship game ... Had a good game against Houston in the Las Vegas Bowl, making two solo stops - both for a loss of five yards - and a 2-yard sack ... The two tackles for loss were a career high.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2015)
Started three games on the season (first three) and played in first 11 as a redshirt freshman before missing the final three games with an injury ... Had 20 tackles with six tackles for loss, 0.5 sacks, a forced fumble, a pass breakup and four quarterback hurries ... Finished with two tackles (one solo), including 0.5 tackles for loss, and a quarterback hurry in the opener vs. San Diego, starting and playing in his first career game ... Had three assisted stops in his second straight start at California ... Made his third consecutive start vs. South Alabama, making one solo tackle, a 1-yard loss ... Had arguably the best game of his young career at Penn State off the bench, recording career bests in tackles (4) and tackles for loss (1.5) ... Played off the bench vs. Fresno State, but failed to record a stat for the first time of the season ... Had another good game at Hawai`i with three tackles, including a 1/2 sack (and tackle for loss) for four yards ... Recorded a solo tackle - a 1-yard loss - off the pine at San José State ... Had another good game against Utah State with two solo tackles, including a 1-yard loss, and the first forced fumble of his career ... Made four stops with 0.5 tackles for loss in a reserve role at Colorado State ... Recorded his first career pass breakup off the pine against Wyoming ... Was held off the stat sheet off the bench at UNLV ... Did not play for the first time of his career vs. Nevada, nursing an injury ... Also did not play vs. Air Force in the MW Championship or against Cincinnati in the Hawai`i Bowl.
REDSHIRT SEASON (2014)
Redshirted his true freshman season, where he was named the team's Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year.
A three-year letterwinner and a three-time team captain at Valley High in Las Vegas, Nev. ... An all-city team selection ... Recorded 64 total tackles, four sacks and an interception returned for a touchdown as a junior ... Previously known as Eric Burrell, but legally changed his name to honor his father, who was shot and killed before he was born ... Also earned three letters in basketball ... Received three stars from ESPN and 247sports.com, and two stars from Rivals and Scouts ... Got a grade of 81 at tight end by 247sports and a 74 by ESPN.
Noble Hall was born June 7, 1996, in Las Vegas, Nev. ... Son of Tynesha Chism ... Chose SDSU over other offers from Army, Idaho and Northern Arizona ... Is majoring in interdisciplinary studies.
Tackles: 5 vs. New Mexico (11/24/17), at Air Force (9/23/17), at Arizona State (9/9/17)
Tackles For Loss: 2.5 at Arizona State (9/9/17)
Sacks: 1.5 at Arizona State (9/9/17)
Pass Breakups: 1 at Fresno State (10/14/16), vs. Wyoming (11/14/15)
Forced Fumbles: 2 at Arizona State (9/9/17)