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Alabama WR Agiye Hall vows he will be back and better in 2022 season

Agiye Hall (#84) with a catch and run for Alabama versus Georgia in 2022 CFP National Championship Game
Cedric Mason - Touchdown Alabama Magazine

Alabama is graduating Jameson Williams, John Metchie, and Slade Bolden to the NFL Draft from its wide receiver position.

The Crimson Tide will open competition at all receiver spots in the spring.

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Alabama returns talent, and it has also signed talent in the 2022 recruiting class. Agiye Hall, a five-star prospect in the 2021 class, is a returning talent. As a native Floridian, he impressed fans in last year’s spring game with four catches for 72 yards. People expected him to become a starter, but Hall had to understand the importance of buying into Alabama’s culture.

He improved his practice habits late in the season and participated in the College Football Playoff versus Cincinnati and Georgia.

The 6-foot-3, 195-pounder totaled two receptions for 52 yards against the Bulldogs in the CFP National Championship Game.

He suffered some drops on eight targets, but Bryce Young still went to Hall. After his performance, he apologized to Tide fans and now locks in on his assignment. Hall could start at “X” or “Z” for Alabama next fall. He possesses the size, hands, routes, body control, and speed to make splash plays outside. Hall posted “I will be back” in Greek on his Instagram last week.


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Alabama fans want to see him mature into success. He has potential and could become one of the best receivers in program history.

Hall looks to put everything together in the spring.

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Stephen M. Smith is the managing editor and senior writer for Touchdown Alabama Magazine.  You can “like” him on Facebook or “follow” him on Twitter, via @CoachingMSmith.

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