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Sources: Texas WR Agiye Hall no longer with the Texas football program

Joe Cookby:Joe Cook12/20/22


Texas sophomore wide receiver Agiye Hall is no longer with the Longhorn football program, sources told Inside Texas. He is expected to enter the NCAA transfer portal.

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Hall, a transfer from Alabama, played in three games for the Longhorns this season and had one catch for seven yards. During one season with the Crimson Tide, he had four catches for 72 yards.

Hall was arrested in August on criminal mischief charges. He was suspended indefinitely by Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian at the time.

“We’re aware of the situation involving Agiye Hall, have talked with his family, and have suspended him from all team activities for conduct that is detrimental to our program,” a program statement read.

Hall worked his way back into the mix for playing time as the season went on, appearing in contests versus UTSA, Texas Tech, and West Virginia. His lone catch came in Lubbock against the Red Raiders.

After playing in three games, Sarkisian was asked in mid-October about his plans for Hall in the remainder of the season.

“As far as Agiye goes, obviously it’s been a bit of a journey since he’s been here,” Sarkisian said October 20. “He’s had some ups and had some downs. At this moment in time, if we can preserve his redshirt I think that would be in the best interest of him and the best interest of us.”

He didn’t play in another game, though he could have and still maintained a season of eligibility. Now, he won’t have an opportunity to suit up again in burnt orange.

Hall was originally a member of Alabama’s 2021 recruiting class. He was the No. 37 overall prospect, the No. 4 wide receiver, and the No. 9 prospect according to the On3 Consensus, a complete and equally weighted industry-generated average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies. On3 ranked Hall as the No. 11 overall prospect and the No. 11 wide receiver.

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