Jaren Hall is an American footballer playing #3 dual quarterback for the NCAA side BYU Cougars. The junior athlete is happily married to Breanne McCarter Hall and has an adorable 1-year-old daughter.
We will next see him in action as the Cougars face Utah State Aggies in LaVell Edwards Stadium on September 29.
Jaren Hall Wife Breanna Hall Age Gap And Kids
Jaren Hall is married to Breanna McCarter Hall. The duo wed on December 9, 2019, in Mount Timpanogos, Utah Temple.
The two have a baby daughter Jayda, who was born in 2021.
Breanna is a former Utah Valley soccer player. The senior class member played as the #10 forward. From 2015 to 2018, she played 84 professional games, registering 161 shots, 14 goals, and 17 assists.
Breanne’s hometown is Gilbert, Arizona. She attended Highland HS.
Her parents are Bev Parker McCarter and Doug McCarter. Bev works as a hairstylist at T. Salon. Meanwhile, Doug is the director of customer care at 2Wire, a telecommunications equipment company in Mesa, Arizona.
Breanne has three siblings: Craig, Mike, and Ashlynn.
Craig served in Iraq with the United States Marine Corps. Mike lives with his wife and kid in Sierra Vista, Arizona. Ashlynn is a senior manager for customer support at BlueVine in Utah and is married to Zach Smith.
Born on March 24, 1998, Jaren Hall is 24 years of age. His wife, Breanna, was born on November 1, 2000, and is 22 years old.
There is an age gap of two years between the two. To be precise, there is a difference of two years, seven months, and eight days.
Parents And Ethnicity: Jaren Hall Family Are All Athletes From BYU
Jaren Hall was born to his parents, Kalin and Hollie Hall. His father, Kalin, played running back at BYU (1992-93). His mother, Hollie Hamilton, was a gymnast at BYU (1993).
Jaren has four siblings. His two older brothers, KJ and Kyson, also play running back and wide receiver at BYU, respectively.
KJ played from 2015 to 2017 but suffered severe knee injuries twice, ultimately ending his career, whereas Kyson is currently active.
Jaren has two younger siblings, brother Dawson and sister Mateya.
Besides football, Jaren played varsity basketball in high school and baseball at BYU in 2019 and 2020 as an outfielder. Besides, he likes to play golf in his free time.
The Halls are American nationals and are devout Christians. They are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hall parents always advise their kids to have faith.
They are Black by ethnicity. Jaren was the first person of color to start at QB for BYU in the nearly 100-year history of the football program.
Jaren Hall Football Career Highlight
Jaren Hall is a three-star prospect with a composite score of 0.8549 given by 247 Sports. The site ranks him 722nd nationally, 20 as a dual QB, and the sixth top prospect in Utah.
The Class of 2016 member committed to playing college football at BYU Cougars on October 16, 2014, and subsequently enrolled there two years later on June 30, 2016. It is a private research university located in Provo, Utah.
The 6-feet-1-inch-tall footballer weighing 205 lbs. is currently in his fourth season for the Cougars.
This season, he has recorded 1164 passing yards (20th), nine passing touchdowns (tied 29th), one interception (tied 14th), 79.9 QR rating (21st).
Jaren was born in Spanish Fork, Utah, and attended Maple Mountain HS in his hometown. He majored in Exercise & Wellness. During his high school football career, Jaren had 5,109 passing yards and 52 touchdowns.