Nall measured at 6’2”, 232 pounds at the NFL Combine, and he may be a candidate to transition to either full back or H-back in the NFL. He did play a little H-back in college, so a position change wouldn’t be that difficult. With the Beavers he rushed for 2,216 yards (5.8 ypc) with 24 touchdowns, and he caught 56 balls for 563 yards, with 4 TDs.
His teams were a combined 7-29 during his three years playing at Oregon State.
Hall’s versatility could fit with what the Bears are looking to do with their offense if given the time to develop, but keep in mind he’s likely a late round or UDFA prospect.
Back in March our own Jacob Infante reported that Nall met with a number of teams at the NFL Combine, including two of the Bears’ division rivals.