The speedy outfielder from Springfield, Ill., played in 13 games and made 12 starts for the Shockers in 2009. Hall hit .256 with no home runs and four runs batted in. He stole 12 bases in 13 attempts along with 10 runs scored. Hall received a medical red shirt after suffering a stress fracture in his back. As a freshman, Hall appeared in 37 games and posted a .320 average with a .443 on-base percentage. Last summer, he played with the Derby Twins of the Jayhawk League. To this point, Hall has started all 54 games for the Shockers and is hitting .246 with one home run, 14 RBIs, and a team-leading 19 stolen bases.