Parker Hall


College Career

Ole Miss (1936-1938)

• All-American, All-SEC, All-South halfback (’38)

• National scoring leader, 73 points (’38)

• Led nation in touchdown responsibility, punt and kickoff returns, yards per carry, all-purpose running, interception return yardage (’38)

• Top ten nationally in interceptions, total offense, rushing yardage, pass completions (’38)

• College All-Star Game (’39)

• National Football Foundation Hall of Fame (’91)

 

Pro Football Career

Cleveland Rams (1939-1941)

• All-Pro (’39)

• NFL Player of the Year (’39)

• NFL Rookie of the Year (’39)

San Francisco 49ers (1946)

 

Did You Know?

Parker Hall was the first player in NFL history to complete more than 100 passes in a season, connecting on 106 of 208 in his rookie year with the Cleveland Rams.





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