Max Hall

Episode #289

Max Hall is best known for being the winningest QB in BYU history with 32 career wins.  Max was an All-Mountain West Conference First team… earned an ESPN helmet sticker for his performance against UCLA, where he completed 27-35 passes for 471 yards and a school record 7 TD passes…was nationally ranked in the top 5 passing yards per game, total passing yards, QB efficiency, and completions per game… Five-time MWC Conference Player of the Week in 2009…and a top 10 finalist for the Heisman Trophy.  He was on his way to doing great things with football as he started his NFL career.  

Due to some injuries and setbacks, Max found himself addicted to opiates, something he was trying to hide from himself, his family, and the world.  All things came crashing down when he was busted and arrested for shoplifting and cocaine possession.   

Tune in and find out how Max turned things around.  He is now the offensive Coordinator at American Leadership Academy Queen Creek. He is married to his wife McKinzi and has 2 children, Rex and Hayden. Max also has recently opened a substance abuse counseling center in Mesa, Arizona called Victory Recovery. Aiming to give back and help those struggling with mental health and addiction.  You are going to be inspired to overcome your own battles after listening to Max’s story.


You can connect with Max here:

@mxrd15 on Instagram

@victoryrecoveryaz on Instagram

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