Kenneth Hall "The Sugar Land Express" is the all-time leading rusher in Texas high school football history with 11,232 yards. In four seasons (1950-1953), at Sugar Land High School Hall set numerous national offensive records, some of which have not been broken over 60 years since his last carry. At 6'2", 205 lbs. Hall was an imposing runner who had sprinter's speed - he was clocked at 9.7 in the 100 yard dash. In 1953 Hall was the first prep player to rush for over 11,000 yards and the first to rush for more than 4,000 yards in a season. That year he led the Gators to a 12-0 record and a class B regional championship. At Texas A&M Hall was not a good fit for Coach Bear Bryant's system and left after his freshman year. He played professionally in the Canadian Football League and with the Houston Oilers but his career was shortened by injuries. In 1983 he was inducted into the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame and the National High School Hall of Fame. In 2000 the first Ken Hall Trophy was presented to the National High School Football Player of the Year by the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. The stadium at Fort Bend ISD was named in his honor in 2004. KEN HALL'S NATIONAL RECORDS Career rushing yards (1950-53) - 11,232 ranks 2nd behind Derrick Henry (2012) Career total yards - 14,558 - ranks 5th Rushing yards in a single season (1953, 12 games) - 4,045 - ranks 6th Rushing yards averaged per game (1953) 337.1 - ranks 3rd Rushing yards averaged per attempt in a game - 47.3 - ranks 1st 1953 vs. Houston Lutheran 520 yards on 11 carries Points scored in a career - 899 - ranks 8th Points scored in a season (1953) - 395 - ranks 8th Points averaged per game in a season (1953) - 32.9 - ranks 1st. Hall was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame in 1994.