Hall Davis Interview
By: Scott Porter
February 12, 2010
Scott Porter: What are your biggest strengths?
Hall Davis: My biggest strengths are my speed, strength, ability, size, knowledge of the game and I am very coachable.

Scott Porter: How would you describe your style of play?
Hall Davis: I am energetic, with a great motor, I play hard on every down and am very enthusiastic. Hard nosed style of play.

Scott Porter: What NFL player reminds you of yourself?
Hall Davis: Scouts say I remind them of DeMarcus Ware. This is because of our size and we come from the same conference. Speed and strength is very similar as well.

Scott Porter: What are your goals for the NFL?
Hall Davis: To be a role player and fit whatever role is needed and just win a bunch of football games and help a team win and get to the post-season.

Scott Porter: What do you feel will be the biggest adjustment from the college level to the pro level?
Hall Davis: The speed of the game.

Scott Porter: What hobbies do you have off the field?
Hall Davis: Riding horses. I am an experimental cook, I love to cook and try new foods. A big hobby of mine is hunting too.

Scott Porter: What is the toughest part about playing college football?
Hall Davis: For me it was always that I was in a rotating system. I don't feel my stats reflect what I am capable of doing because when you measure them up to others I have an unfair advantage that I did not play as many plays as most.

Scott Porter: What has been your biggest influence?
Hall Davis: Both of my parents.

Scott Porter: What do you most look forward to in your shot at the NFL?
Hall Davis: Being able to play the game at the highest level. I look forward to being an asset to my team and contributing in anyway I am called upon to help my team win.

Scott Porter: Growing up did you have a favorite team and player in the NFL?
Hall Davis: Never really a favorite team, but my favorite player was always Reggie White.





(September 21, GBNReport.com) -- Virginia Tech redshirt sophomore RB Ryan Williams is questionable at best for Saturday’s conference opener against Boston College after he injured a hamstring in last weekend’s win over East Carolina. The injury is not believed to be serious even though Williams had to be helped off the field and spent the second half on crutches, however, he has practiced on a limited basis this week.


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