Hall, whom the Ravens signed as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Arkansas State last summer, was a regular participant in the team's offseason program, and he feels his productive offseason will soon pay off.
"If I'm going to try to make the team, I need to be up there [at the practice facility] as much as possible," Hall said Monday afternoon. "Show my face and let them know how serious I am about making the team."
Like the rest of the team's second-year players, Hall didn't have the benefit of an offseason a year ago, and he was trying to play catch-up all spring. He says he now has a better grasp of Baltimore's defensive scheme.
Hall believes he can be yet another playmaker on this defense if he gets the opportunity. At 6 feet and 295 pounds, he thinks he can bring explosion and quickness to the defensive line. But first things first -- he has to earn a spot in a crowded competition that includes veterans Ma'ake Kemoeatu and
"There is where you make the team, right now," he said.
Hall spoke to reporters Monday after he volunteered as a guest coach at