A tall central defender, Grant Hall was given a second chance at Brighton and Hove Albion after being rejected as a 16 year old. He had joined non-league Lewes, but the Seagulls handed him another trial and signed him in 2009.
Waiting until 2012 to make his debut, Hall caught the eye of Spurs and they signed the 20 year old, with Grant turning down the offer of a three year deal with Brighton. The defender spent a year in the Spurs development side and in the summer of 2013, he joined Swindon Town on loan for the season, putting in some impressive performances for the Railywaymen.
Returning to Spurs, he was soon on his travels again, with a loan at Birmingham City stepping up the level he had played at, but he fell out of favour and Spurs cut short his time at St. Andrews in January 2015 and he joined struggling Blackpool in the Championship until the end of the season, but once more injury prevented him seeing out the whole loan period, as the Sea-siders tumbled into League One.
Hall's height was his big advantage, but he was also good with the ball at his feet, which attracted Tottenham in the first place. Despite having the experience of playing in the Championship, he was allowed to join Queens Park Rangers just before the start of the 2015-16 season to get first team football having been pushed further down the pecking order by Mauricio Pochettino's summer signings Toby Alderweireld and Kevin Wimmer.