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Agiye Hall commits to Texas and will face Alabama in Week Two of 2022 season

Agiye Hall (#84) runs with the football for Alabama after catch versus Georgia in 2022 CFP title game
Photo by Touchdown Alabama Magazine

Former Alabama wide receiver Agiye Hall announced on social media that he will be transferring to Texas. Hall visited the Longhorns last week and quickly made his decision.

It won’t be long until Hall is pitted against his former team as Alabama and Texas are scheduled to meet in Week 2 this fall.

Hall’s time with the Crimson Tide was filled with peaks and valleys. After bursting onto the scene with an impressive A-Day performance during the 2020 spring, the former five-star recruit was unable to form a consistent role.

During the first week of April, Hall was removed from the team’s online roster and Saban would later share that he was suspended from the team.

“He is suspended from the team for violations of some team rules, whether they’re academic or whatever. It doesn’t really matter,” Saban said. “Everybody has a responsibility and obligation to respect the principles and values and do what they need to do. They’re all there to help them be more successful, so to respect those and do those are always really helpful.”

When pressed on if Hall would have an opportunity to work his way back to the team once again, Saban did not sound hopeful he would return.

“He’s had the opportunity once, so I don’t know what his plans are for the future,” Saban said.

Hall’s served in a reserve role throughout the 2021 season as he caught just four passes for 72 yards during seven appearances. His most significant playing time came during the national title game against Georgia where he caught two passes for 52 yards when he filled in for Jameson Williams in the loss.

Hall was also unafraid to express himself on social media to mixed reactions from Alabama fans. Following the team’s win over Mississippi State where he did not see any snaps he tweeted and later deleted “Yeah nah, calling it quits.”

The Valrico, Fla., native would continue to share cryptic tweets throughout the remaining months of his tenure in Tuscaloosa.

**This story will be updated.**

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Patrick Dowd is a Reporter for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter, via Pat_Dowd77

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