Arizona safety Adam Hall is likely out for the season after re-aggravating knee injury.
Arizona Wildcats safety Adam Hall is likely done for the year after re-aggravating a knee injury in a loss to Oregon State on Oct. 8. Hall suffered an ACL tear in late March during spring practice and had been out ever since.
The Oregon State game was Hall's season debut but he re-injured the knee late in the game. If he is indeed done for the year, Hall would be eligible for a medical redshirt since he only played in one game and it was in the first half of the season and that would meet the criteria, according to CBS Sportsline's Anthony Gimino.
The junior defensive back is one of the emotional leaders of the Wildcats' defense and is considered to be the team's hardest hitter. He recorded 54 tackles and two interceptions as a sophomore last season playing primarily as a nickel back.
Arizona is 1-5 and 0-4 in the Pac 12.