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Korey Hall ’06

Korey Hall headshot

About Korey

Head of construction for Ball Ventures Ahlquist development, former Boise State award-winning athlete, retired from the NFL and Super Bowl champion, Inducted into the Boise State Athletic Hall of Fame in 2022

College of Engineering

Originally hailing from small-town Glenns Ferry, Idaho, Korey Hall majored in Construction Management while becoming one of Boise State University Bronco football’s greatest stars. As a three-time Western Athletic Conference linebacker, a two-time WAC special teams Player of the Year award-winner, and a WAC defensive player of the Year, WAC All-Decade Team, and Academic All-WAC in each of his final two seasons, Hall helped lead Boise State to an undefeated season and a victory in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl during his final collegiate campaign. He was inducted into the Boise State Athletic Hall of Fame in 2022. Hall was a sixth-round draft pick for the Green Bay Packers in 2007, playing fullback for four years and started in Super Bowl 45, becoming a Super Bowl Champion.  and playing one more year with the New Orleans Saints.

In 2007 he was drafted in the 6th round by the Green Bay Packers. He played fullback for 4 years and he was a Super Bowl champion (XLV) in 2011. He went on to play one more year with the New Orlean Saints.

Upon retiring from the NFL, he worked as a project manager for Engineered Structures, Inc. on multiple large commercial projects in Boise, including the Boise State Fine Arts Building. For the past three years, he has been the head of construction for Ball Ventures Ahlquist Development specializing in commercial, medical and large industrial Projects.

From the family farm in Glenns Ferry, to Boise State, to the NFL, and back to the Treasure Valley, Korey Hall exhibits the character, commitment, and professionalism that follows the model for how our students can find their best selves at Boise State. He serves as a physical representation to many current and future students across Idaho who are looking to Boise State for the opportunity to discover their passions, develop their skills, and then enter the workforce building a better Idaho.

Hall is married to his wife Jen and has two daughters, Leila and Josslyn.