If Agiye Hall decides to transfer, here is the perfect landing spot for the former 5-star wide receiver"> If Agiye Hall decides to transfer, here is the perfect landing spot for him
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If Agiye Hall decides to transfer, here is the perfect landing spot for the former 5-star wide receiver

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

Alabama fans have gone one day without seeing Agiye Hall’s name on the 2022 online spring football roster.

The talented wide receiver had one grand moment at Bryant-Denny Stadium, but now Hall finds himself at a crossroads.

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Rumors and reports have him no longer a member of the Crimson Tide, but he feels like he is still on the team. Hall possesses many physical gifts, but does he have the mental fortitude to sustain himself at the University of Alabama? It is a thought that fans and credible sources have shared with Touchdown Alabama Magazine. Hall has used social media to voice his frustration on several accounts. He’s made numerous posts on Twitter that had people scratching their heads, including one versus Mississippi State in 2021, suggesting he was quitting the team. The topic of Hall is a sore spot for fans because many of them desire to see him excel. Others perceive him as a distraction and want no parts of it.

Trey Sanders, Hall’s teammate, said he ‘wishes the best’ for Hall but does not know what is going on. Many believe his time in Tuscaloosa is over, but there is no confirmation. Coach Nick Saban has his presser this evening after practice, and maybe he will give insight on the situation. If Hall’s tenure with the Crimson Tide is over and he decides to transfer, there is one perfect landing spot for the former five-star athlete.

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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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