Just before DeAngelo Hall jogged out for his Thursday on-campus audition in front of 80 NFL scouts, agent Joel Segal huddled one last time with his client, and offered a pithy bit of instruction to the standout Virginia Tech cornerback.
"Go give 'em a show," Segal whispered.
Demonstrating he is as adept at taking orders as he is at taking an opposition wide receiver out of his rhythm, Hall did just that.
In a workout one NFC scout described as "top-shelf," Hall likely catapulted ...
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