Nation’s Top Junior WR Narrows List to 7 Schools
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Five-star wide receiver Agiye Hall narrowed his list to seven schools in a tweet on October 11. The Seffner, Fla., native is one of the top recruits in the country and has narrowed his schools to most of the obvious choices.

Ranked as the top wide receiver in the 2021 recruiting class by 247Sports composite, and second overall in the state of Florida, it is surprising he doesn’t have a single school from his home state in his top seven. It may also sound crazy to keep his list so long, going from 12 to seven, but he has 42 scholarship offers on the table.

WR Agiye Hall Recruiting

With offenses across the country leaning more on their passing attacks, talented wide receivers are more important than ever in college football recruiting. So it should come as no surprise that Hall is being heavily recruited by the top schools in the country.

The Crimson Tide, Sooners, Clemson and LSU have been producing star receivers over the last decade, while the Longhorns and Bulldogs have had their stars, too. The Sun Devils stand out as the random school that hasn’t done much nationally on the field, or in recruiting lately, but Hall may want to be a part of turning the program around.

Currently, 247Sports has a crystal ball prediction for Hall at 50-50 between Oklahoma and Clemson, which should come as no surprise considering they have been two of the top offensive schools in the nation for the last few seasons and are constantly in the College Football Playoff and national championship picture.


Hall has made unofficial visits to Clemson, including a trip to watch the Tigers take on Texas A&M in Week 2 of the 2019 season. He has also made trips to Florida State, which is one of the closest Power 5 schools, as well as Miami and Florida.

Agiye Hall Highlights

At 6-foot-3 and 190 pounds, Hall is a receiver with size who could easily contribute as soon as he arrives on campus. As a sophomore in 2018, he caught 47 catches for 878 yards and 10 touchdowns for Armwood High School.

He could definitely benefit from putting on a little more weight, but currently in junior season in high school, he has plenty of time before he will be facing Power 5 defensive backs on a regular basis, and possibly moving forward towards the NFL Draft in a few years.

Hall and the Armwood Hawks have lost to Miami Northwestern in the 6A State Championship in each of the last two seasons, but there is definitely enough talent outside of the star wide receiver that can lead to the school’s first state title since 2011, though that was vacated.


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