Hall originally injured the knee in the season opener last year against Troy.
missed only the Wofford game, the second game of the year. He played each of the
last 12 games a year ago knowing he would have to have surgery after the season.
Hall, who will be a senior next year in terms of eligibility, already has his
undergraduate degree and will play in 2012 as a graduate student.
Last year, Hall had 89 total tackles to lead the Clemson team in that category, four
more than defensive end Andre Branch. Hall had three tackles for loss, one sack and
two interceptions. He had 58 first hits, third on the team in that category.
The native of St. Augustine, FL played 799 plays on defense last year and is a
veteran of 40 games in the previous three years, 31 as a starter. He had a season
high 10 tackles against Wake Forest and South Carolina last year. He had at least
eight tackles in each of the last five games a year ago.
Hall enters his senior year with 217 career tackles and 10 interceptions. He has
more interceptions and has forced more turnovers (13) than any active player on the
CLEMSON - Rashard Hall continues to tough out a knee defect that's plagued him through much of this…