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What former BYU QB Jaren Hall said about his Latter-day Saint faith at 2023 NFL combine

The 24-year-old pro prospect talked about his ‘three F’s’ of faith, family and football and why he belongs to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Former Brigham Young University quarterback Jaren Hall was asked about his Latter-day Saint faith while recently taking part in the 2023 NFL Scouting Combine earlier this month.

In his response, the 24-year-old pro prospect talked about his “three F’s” of faith, family and football and why he belongs to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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“Born and raised in the Church. My father was a convert to the Church, so he’s kind of seen both sides of everything in his life, and it was very important to him,” Hall said. “It became very important to my siblings and myself growing up. That’s always been a part of the deal for me. It’s been faith, family and football. It’s kind of been the three F’s of my life, and it’s how I was raised. I just think it gives me great balance. For myself personally, with as much as I have going on in my individual life, that’s always my focus. It keeps me centered. It keeps me grounded. I think it makes me a better football player, you know, the best football player I can be.”

Hall served a full-time mission for the Church in Roseville, California. His father, Kalin Hall, joined the Church shortly before playing football at BYU in 1992 and 1993.

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BYU football shared a video of Hall’s remarks on social media.

The 2023 draft is scheduled to be held April 27-29 in Kansas City, Missouri.

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