Tray Hall
    Tray Hall

    Hometown:
    Corona, Calif.

    High School:
    Roosevelt HS

    Last College:
    Riverside City College

    Height / Weight:
    5-10 / 164

    Position:
    CB

    Prior to Fresno State: Played two seasons at Riverside City College ... as a sophomore in 2012 he was a second-team All-Central Conference selection in the Southern California Football Association ... he started 11 games, helping Riverside to a 9-2 record in 2012 ... led the Central Conference in interceptions with five and pass breakups with 13 ... his 13 pass breakups were four more than any other player in the conference and he totaled 99 return yards off his five picks ... finished with 41 tackles (31 solo), 2.5 tackles for a loss and two fumble recoveries in 2012 ... as a freshman in 2011 he primarily played nickle ... started two games in 2011 and totaled 16 tackles with four pass breakups ... will have three years to play his two remaining seasons of eligibility at Fresno State.

    Coaches Comments: "Tray is a good cover cornerback that has the ability to come in and compete for playing time immediately. He can play multiple positions, including nickleback, which makes his valuable to our defense."

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