Henderson, Texas native Trae Hall now wears the No. 10 jersey as quarterback for the New Mexico Lobos, the ninth-ranked team in the NCAA’s Mountain West district.

At Henderson High School, where he graduated in 2018, Hall served as quarterback and free safety. He scored four passing touchdowns and 13 pass completions as a junior on the varsity team during the 2016-17 season.

Also in high school, he earned letters for football and basketball, as his college bio states. “One of his top games came against rival Kilgore, totaling 402 yards of offense, throwing for one touchdown and rushing for four others, accounting for all of his teams’ points,” according to the website.

The Lobos view the 6-foot-2, 181-pound freshman as a “talented prep quarterback who is a true dual threat.”