Texas WR Agiye Hall mentioned on 247Sports’ boom-or-bust candidates

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Former Alabama wide receiver Agiye Hall may be primed for a great run at Texas, according to Brad Crawford of 247Sports.

Crawford said the following about the new Longhorns receiver when discussing his boom-or-bust prospects from the transfer portal ahead of the 2022 season.

Hall appeared in seven games as a true freshman last season for the Crimson Tide and caught four passes for 72 yards. His best production came in the national championship game against Georgia after he caught two passes for 52 yards following an injury to starter Jameson Williams. He’ll try and break into the wide receiver rotation at Texas that includes Xavier Worthy, a freshman All-American last season, and Isaiah Neyor, a decorated transfer from Wyoming. The talent is deep in the wideout room and Hall, if he avoids any off-the-field distractions, could be an instant-splash type of playmaker given his skill set.

Hall certainly fits the description of boom-or-bust players, but the already loaded position group affords Texas to take time developing him.

While Hall won’t be asked to lead the team in receiving this year, he can make an immediate impact in Steve Sarkisian’s offense.

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