Jeremy Hall

Revolution acquire midfielder Jeremy Hall from Toronto FC

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution announced today that the club has acquired midfielder Jeremy Hall from Toronto FC in exchange for the Revs natural fourth round pick in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft. A six-year MLS veteran who has experience in defense and in the midfield, Hall has made 115 regular-season appearances in the league, scoring two goals and adding six assists while starting 97 contests.

A native of Tampa, Florida, Hall has spent the last three seasons in Canada with Toronto FC after being acquired by the club in November 2011. In three seasons with TFC, the 26-year-old appeared in 57 regular-season games, including a career-high 31 in 2013. He scored two goals and added an assist for the Reds, playing in central midfield as well as on the right side of midfield and at right back. He scored the first goal of his MLS career on June 20, 2012, scoring in the 13th minute of a 3-3 draw with the Houston Dynamo. He scored against the Dynamo again the following season, tallying in a 1-1 home draw with Houston on April 20, 2013. Hall appeared in just three regular-season games in 2014, starting twice, while also playing twice in the Amway Canadian Championship.

Hall was originally selected by the New York Red Bulls in the first round (11th overall) of the 2009 MLS SuperDraft out of the University of Maryland, where he was a member of the Terrapins’ 2008 College Cup winning side, tallying a career-best 14 goals to go along with seven assists. He spent his first two season in MLS with the Red Bulls, playing in 37 regular season games and two playoff matches for the club before being traded to the Portland Timbers following the completion of the 2010 season.

In 2011, Hall split the season between Portland and Dallas, tallying a career-best three assists in 17 games, all starts, for the Timbers. In August of that season, Hall was traded to FC Dallas in exchange for Eric Alexander and went on to play four league games with FCD, making two starts, while also starting four games in the CONCACAF Champions League.

Prior to coming to MLS, Hall was a member of the United States U-17 Residency Program in Bradenton, Florida. He played in three games at the 2005 FIFA U-17 World Championship, scoring once while helping the U.S. reach the knockout stages of the tournament.

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