Should rank among the nation's top quarterbacks entering the 2003 season Is third among America's leading returning passers Among players returning, he is fifth nationally in total offense despite missing the last two games of the season Led the Mountain West in total offense, passing yards and passing efficiency Had two of the nation's top four total offense performances last season and three of America's top five passing games when he threw for over 500 yards in consecutive weeks against Arizona State and Idaho Had the Mountain West Conference's top single-game stat totals in touchdown responsibility, total offense, passing yards, touchdown passes and completions Is less than 700 yards from moving onto San Diego State's prestigious top 10 for career passing yards Could become just the third quarterback in Aztec history to pass for 3,000 yards in consecutive seasons ... named to The Sporting News All-Spring team in 2003.
2002: Entered the season as a first-year starter and ended the year as one of America's top quarterbacks Missed the last 2.5 games due to a concussion Passed for 3,253 yards for the sixth best season in San Diego State history and his single-season total offense number of 3,143 yards is seventh in San Diego State history Completed 60.2 percent of his passes His 272 completions are second only to Todd Santos' 306 in 1987 Had five games in which he passed for more than 300 yards and he set a San Diego State record when he passed for a total of 1,022 yards in consecutive games (516 vs. Arizona State and 506 vs. Idaho) Had five touchdown passes against the Vandals The 516-yard effort is the fifth best game by an Aztec and the 506-yard effort ranks seventh by a San Diego State quarterback Passed for 359 yards against No. 17 Colorado Tied a school record with 60 passes versus Arizona State and his 39 completions against Colorado are second most by an Aztec in a game His 17 touchdown passes are the most by an Aztec since 1996 His 272 completions were the second most by an Aztec quarterback in a season Had the eighth best season in Aztec history in regard to total offense with 3,143 yards.
2001: Appeared in 10 games Made lone start of the season at UNLV Completed 49 percent of his passes, including a pair of touchdowns ... Was intercepted three times ... Best game of the year came in the season finale when he completed 12-of-22 passes for 183 yards and a touchdown, leading SDSU to a 38-16 win over Wyoming ... Was responsible for some of San Diego State's longest plays of the season, including completions of 45, 37, 39 and 31 yards ... Was 4-for-4 for 107 yards against Eastern Illinois, including a touchdown ... Also played well at Colorado State with a 5-of-7 effort for 87 yards ... Saw action in every game of the season except Utah.
2000: Sat out season under NCAA transfer guidelines.
1999: Redshirted the 1999 campaign as true freshman at Texas.
High School: Prepped at Westlake High School in Austin, Texas ... Named first-team 5A all-state by the Associated Press in 1998 ... A second-team all-state selection by the Texas Sports Writers Association ... Also earned district offensive MVP honors ... Helped Westlake to a 10-3 record and an average of 37.8 points per game while completing 143-of-263 passes for 2,188 yards and 21 TDs (seven interceptions) as a senior ... Threw for four TDs versus Crockett High in 1998 ... Completed 15-of-23 passes for 241 yards and three TDs in a 23-21 win over Ellison High ... Passed for 272 yards in an overtime win over New Braunfels ... Threw for 1,421 yards and 14 TDs (five INTs) as a junior, his first year as a starter ... Played at the same high school that produced San Diego Chargers quarterback Drew Brees.
Personal: Born April 26, 1981, in Austin, Texas ... Full name is Adam Douglas Hall ... An honor student as a high schooler ... Lists fishing and listening to music as hobbies ... Is an active community-service participant Volunteered at the Austin Children's Shelter ... Public administration major.