Delvin Rashard Hall ’11, M ’16 Receives Roaring10 Award

Rashard Hall of Clemson has two Clemson degrees and is Rashard Hall receives Roaring10 Awardworking on a third. The St. Augustine, Fla., native graduated in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing and earned a dual master’s degree in professional communications and business administration in 2016. He is nearing completion of an MBA degree in entrepreneurship and innovation.

An All-American safety for the Tigers, Rashard joined the National Football League’s St. Louis Rams in 2013. After the NFL, he worked with Johnson & Johnson’s orthopedic medical sales division for two years before accepting a graduate assistant role with Clemson’s athletic academic center and becoming a certified academic advisor. In 2016, he entered the corporate finance industry with Merrill Lynch.

In 2018, he joined the Clemson football program’s P.A.W. (Passionate About Winning) Journey leadership initiative as director of career and professional development, combining his athletic and corporate experiences. He has become an industry leader in career and development programming worldwide, while achieving a 100 percent career placement rate for 143 Clemson football scholar-athletes over five consecutive years.

Rashard serves on boards for the NFL and Clemson’s MBA program, leads two nonprofits, is co-founder of The Bryan Askew Clemson Memorial Scholarship and teaches sports entrepreneurship for Clemson’s Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business. He also has authored “The Scholar-AthELITE,” a book that encourages