Alabama has landed its first wide receiver commit in the 2021 recruiting class with a pledge from 4-Star wideout, Agiye Hall.
Hall made his announcement via Instagram Saturday. The 4-Star wideout is the Tide’s third commit in its 2021 recruiting class and its first offensive commit. After playing at Armwood High School for his junior season, Hall will play his senior year at Bloomingdale High School in Velrico, Florida
In December, Hall told Touchdown Alabama he had major interest in Alabama and the Tide’s offense.
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The Florida product also expressed Alabama was a major player in his recruitment due to the way they used one of their wide receivers and a fellow Florida native.
“Alabama is really high, especially with them being successful with (Jerry) Jeudy in the passing game,” Hall said.
Hall’s decision comes after Alabama landed two wideouts with Florida roots in the 2020 recruiting cycle. The sunshine state has been really good to Alabama in the past and looks as if the state will remain a priority for Alabama for years to come.
Hall will look to leave his mark on Alabama’s program similar to some other Florida natives as he possesses a lengthy frame at 6-3 and 190 pounds. There is a lot to like about Hall’s play on the field. His long stride allows him to make up ground quickly and his athleticism opens the door for him to make acrobatic catches.
Alabama now has three commits in its 2021 recruiting class after landing a commitment from Hall Saturday and picking up another one from Anquin Barnes Friday. These two commitments have given Alabama some much needed momentum on the recruiting trail.
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Justin Smith is a Scouting/Recruiting analyst for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter, via @Jdsmith31Smith