Former BYU QB Max Hall arrested for shoplifting, cocaine possession

Max Hall mugshot (Photo from the Gilbert Police Department)

Max Hall, a former BYU quarterback and NFL player, was arrested the morning of Friday, Aug. 29, for shoplifting and cocaine possession at a Best Buy in Gilbert, Arizona.

According to a Gilbert Police spokesperson, Hall had “several stolen items from Best Buy and a nearby Walmart,” along with a “personal use quantity of cocaine.”

Hall was later released by police.

Hall was BYU’s quarterback from 2006 to 2009 and led the Cougars to 32 wins as a starter, a record at BYU. He also holds the BYU record for most touchdown passes in a game, with seven against UCLA in 2008.

Hall joined the Arizona Cardinals in 2010 and started three games in his career. He served as a BYU student assistant coach in 2012 and played in the Canadian Football League with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 2013 but was cut in June 2014.

Hall was most recently the offensive coordinator for the Gilbert High School football team.

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