Agiye Hall, a former Alabama wide receiver, is facing criminal mischief charges in Austin, Texas after he was reportedly arrested Thursday.

Hall was arrested just after 9 p.m. by UT police for criminal mischief, a Class B misdemeanor when valued between $100-$750, according to Travis County booking information, Brian Davis of the Austin American Statesman reported. Coach Steve Sarkision will likely speak about Hall’s status in the coming days.

After Hall was reported to be removed from Alabama’s roster, coach Nick Saban later said he was suspended because of a violation of team rules, which ultimately was the beginning of the end of his time at Alabama.

Hall transferred to Texas in the spring, and later scrubbed all mention of the Longhorns on his social media profiles. Coming out of high school, Hall was a 4-star recruit in the class of 2021, and rated the No. 5 wide receiver and No. 45 overall prospect nationally. Hall burst on the scene in Alabama’s 2021 spring game but was limited to just 4 catches for 72 yards in his freshman season. He has 2 catches for 52 yards in the Crimson Tide’s College Football Playoff National Championship loss to Georgia.

Hall was the fourth former Alabama player to transfer to Texas and play for Sarkisian, the former Alabama offensive coordinator. The Crimson Tide and Longhorns meet in Austin this season on Sept. 10.