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How is Agiye Hall still in the NCAA Transfer Portal?

2023 NFL Draft Prospect Agiye Hall suspended following his arrest for Criminal Mischief
How is Agiye Hall still in the NCAA Transfer Portal?

The day after Christmas Agiye Hall the former Alabama and Texas wide receiver placed his name in the Transfer Portal and is still available. How does this even happen?

The Valrico, Florida prospect is a 6’3 wide receiver is one of the most impressive football players in college football and still has three years of eligibility left. I understand that things did not work out at Alabama or Texas, and maybe the kid has some issues off the field, but when you turn on the film it is simple. The kid is a dog. He is a physical wide out with great speed and hands.

Hall played the 2021 season under Nick Saban and had a solid game against Georgia in the Title Game.

Hall ended up transferring to Texas to get a change of scenery and it did not work out. Hall was arrested for criminal mischief a Class B Misdemeanor and he was able to work his way back into good graces at Texas.

The problem is Agiye should be the star of his team. He flourishes in that setting. He is not the star in Texas or Alabama. In my honest opinion, I would like to see him go to a smaller FBS school and dominate. He will be the most explosive player for an FBS program and he will get targeted every damn game. He was a four star athlete coming out of college and the 56th best player nationally at his position.

You cannot tell me that schools in his home State could not use him. Why hasn’t Florida State, Central Florida, South Florida or even FAU been blowing up his phone.

I watched this kid play in High School and he is legit as they come. If you have Transfer Portal access and are not going after this kid, they should remove your transfer portal access. People will say he has an attitude problem, but remember this I scout football not feelings.

Damond Talbot

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