Played at Delaware from 2002-2003
Originally Attended Georgia Tech
After languishing on the bench for three years at Georgia Tech, Cheraw, South Carolina native Andy Hall decided to start a tradition and in 2002, he became the first transfer quarterback of the K.C. Keeler era. In his second season, Hall did something that no other Delaware transfer quarterback in the past decade has done: led the Blue Hens to a national championship with a blowout victory over Colgate in the 2003 national championship game.
After he graduated from Delaware, Hall was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the sixth round of the 2004 NFL draft, but he never played in an NFL regular season game, and ended up playing a bunch of arena football before eventually retiring.