Lions held a pre-draft visit with Ohio State DL Michael Hall

USA Today

The Detroit Lions conducted another one of their allotment of 30 pre-draft visits this week. The Lions welcomed Ohio State defensive lineman Michael Hall into the team’s training facility in Allen Park for a meeting and workout.

Hall played defensive tackle for the Buckeyes, though he’s a bit of an odd size for the NFL at 6-foot-3 and 290 pounds. He played in the 280-pound range at Ohio State but has added some bulk since the college season ended. The Cleveland native has excellent quickness off the snap and ran an impressive 4.78 40-yard dash in workouts.

Detroit had previously met with Hall at the Senior Bowl, where Hall won the top defensive lineman honor as voted on by his fellow players. However, he was not on the roster coached by now-Lions DL coach Terrell Williams.

Hall is generally projected as a Day 2 pick. The Lions currently have two selections on Friday night of the draft, No. 61 and No. 73 overall.

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