Agiye Hall is a stud. The four-star wide receiver looked unstoppable at times during his prep career, and he will now get the chance to become a game-changer on offense in college football.
The Alabama Crimson Tide, fresh off of a College Football Playoff victory, had to replace two explosive receivers in DeVonta Smith and Jaylen Waddle.
Nick Saban is hoping that Hall is the next wideout to thrive in Tuscaloosa.
Agiye Hall Recruiting & Highlights
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Bama had plenty of completion for Agiye Hall, the nation's fifth-ranked receiver, according to the 247Sports Composite.
Arizona State, Auburn, Central Michigan, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, LSU, Miami, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, and Texas A&M are just some of the schools that offered the four-star wide receiver.
Despite that massive number of suitors, Saban never flinched about losing his recruit, and Hall confirmed his commitment on National Signing Day.
Alabama's football recruiting class contains plenty of four-star and five-star signees, so its dynasty doesn't look like it's going away anytime soon.
No matter where Hall played, he looked great with the ball in his hands.
The WR started out at Armwood High School and transferred to IMG Academy before the 2020 season. He left IMG without taking a single snap and joined Bloomingdale High School in Valrico, Fla. for his senior season.
In 2020, Hall earned 1,050 receiving yards and caught 13 touchdowns.
Playing with five-star Bama quarterback commit Ty Simpson could do wonders for his receiving numbers in the future, and Crimson Tide fans have to hope that this connection pays off in years to come.
Alabama football recruiting classes are consistently ranked among the best in college football every season. Agiye Hall is the latest talent to call Tuscaloosa home, and he could be another success story for the storied program.
Alabama WR Agiye Hall
Hall arrived at the University of Alabama in January and immediately made his presence known. In the A-Day spring game at Bryant-Denny Stadium, he had four catches for 72 yards playing with the second team offense. Hall's size, speed and acrobatic catching ability brought back flashes of Julio Jones in his heyday.
He carried that momentum into preseason fall camp, where he's building rapport with quarterback Bryce Young. The true freshman should see action in a fresh receiving corps that includes John Metchie III, Ohio State transfer Jameson Williams, Traeshon Holden, Slade Bolden and Javon Baker.
The stud pass catcher showed he has the potential to be another great Alabama receiver whose highlights are shown all over ESPN and CBS Sports. He could be taken in the NFL Draft in a few seasons, too, but there is obviously still work to be done.
This post was originally published on October 17, 2019, and updated throughout Hall's recruitment and Alabama career.
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