Virginia star DB Bryce Hall carted off the field with leg injury suffered in first half vs. Miami


Barrett Sallee
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The No. 20 Virginia traveled to Miami (FL) on Friday evening to take on the Storm, but unfortunately one of his players was the strongest in the second half of the event. Star cornerback Bryce Hall, a preseason All-American from several places including CBS Sports, suffered an ankle injury and was ejected from the field.

The 6-foot-1, 1-200-pound, from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, had his legs locked to prevent pant movement and went down immediately in pain. His coaches, teammates and medical staff jumped up to his side and put his foot in the air and kept him clean. ESPN broadcasters said they would not show any injuries after the first episode.

Players from two teams went up to the side of Hall to decorate him as he left the field for further medical examination. He sat down and shot nearly two players out of two games before he left the field.

It was devastating for the Cavaliers who hoped to win the ACC Coastal and have struggled to get the title of their first meet since the expansion. Adults have a two-way conversion rate 62 times last year. He returned to Charlottesville when he was scheduled to be a senior selection in the 2019 NFL Draft. Hall is now ranked 6th overall in the CBS Sports 2020 NFL Draft rankings.
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Virginia star DB Bryce Hall carted off the field with leg injury suffered in first half vs. Miami Virginia star DB Bryce Hall carted off the field with leg injury suffered in first half vs. Miami Reviewed by Julia club on October 12, 2019 Rating: 5

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