Community college football: Hall catches on to Cal

January 23, 2002

COSTA MESA - Brandon Hall, a 6-foot-4 230-pound tight end for the

Orange Coast College team last fall, will play for the University of

California Berkeley, Pirates Coach Mike Taylor said Tuesday.

Hall, OCC's lone unanimous selection for the first-team offense of the

All-Mission Conference Central Division, finished with 295 yards and two

touchdowns on 26 receptions.

Hall, who was also an honorable mention on J.C. Grid-Wire's


All-American picks, is attempting to enroll in spring classes and get

acquainted with the Bears coached by Jeff Tedford.

Brent Larkin, a 6-1, 289-pound two-year starter at offensive guard for

the Pirates, will play for Humboldt State next season.

-- by Steve Virgen

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