Jaren Hall: BYU QB is “full go” in offseason workouts

BYU Cougars quarterback Jaren Hall battled through injuries during the 2021 season, but he is operating at full strength in the offseason program according to offensive coordinator Aaron Roderick. Jay Drew of the Deseret News reported this news on Tuesday.

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Hall started 10 games last season in his first full year as BYU’s starting quarterback and completed 63.9% of his passes for 2,583 yards with 20 touchdowns and 5 interceptions. He also added 307 rushing yards and an additional 3 touchdowns on the ground.

Hall guided the Cougars to a 10-3 record in 2021, which was capped off by a loss to the UAB Blazers in the Independence Bowl. Hall missed the bowl game with a foot injury he suffered in the regular season finale against the USC Trojans and battled through injuries to his ribs and shoulder during the season.

The Cougars were reportedly in the running to land one of the top quarterbacks in the transfer portal with Jaxson Dart. The former USC quarterback went on a visit to BYU before committing to the Ole Miss Rebels shortly after so unless the Cougars look to add a QB from the portal, this team belongs to Jaren Hall in 2022.

Baylor Romney started the bowl game but since entered the transfer portal, though he has not announced a commitment elsewhere. Jacob Conover was the only other quarterback to throw a pass for BYU last season with 10 attempts.

BYU will play its final season as an independent this fall before moving on to the Big 12 starting in 2023.

Photo courtesy of UtahUtes.com

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