Agiye Hall, former Alabama WR, announces commitment to Big 12 program
Agiye Hall, a former Alabama wide receiver who left the Crimson Tide about 2 weeks ago, has landed with a Big 12 program with a familiar face to Alabama fans.
Hall shared on social media that he committed to Texas. Nick Saban explained after it was reported that Hall was no longer on the roster that he was suspended for a violation of team rules. Saban also explained that Hall had a second chance to return to the team, but the coach about 2 weeks ago didn’t know about his future plans.
Hall first flashed on the scene at Alabama in the spring game a year ago when he had 4 catches for 72 yards. During the season, Hall had 4 catches for 72 yards last season, including 2 catches for 52 yards in the College Football Playoff National Championship loss to Georgia.
Hall is originally from Valrico, Florida (Bloomingdale) and was a 4-star prospect rated the No. 5 wide receiver, and No. 45-rated prospect in the class of 2021.
it’s an new sheriff in town #hookem pic.twitter.com/bohmy1wxKf
— agiye Hall (@HallAgiye) April 20, 2022
Hall is the fourth former Alabama player to transfer to Texas and play for head coach Steve Sarkisian, the former Alabama offensive coordinator. The Crimson Tide and Longhorns meet in Austin this season on Sept. 10.