An updated look at Texas’ WR depth after the addition of Agiye Hall

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Steve Sarkisian has to be happy with the offseason additions Texas has made over the past few months.

Texas struck again in the transfer portal this week with the commitment of the uber-talented Alabama wide receiver transfer Agiye Hall.

The former four-star from the class of 2021 did not see much playing time in his freshman season in Tuscaloosa as he sat behind Jamison Williams and John Metchie, along with dealing with some off-the-field issues.

Hall is joining a Texas wide receiver room with huge upside in 2022.

Xavier Worthy will lead the group after his freshman All-American campaign in 2021. Worthy hauled in 63 passes for 981 yards and 12 touchdowns without much help from his supporting cast down the stretch of the season.

Jordan Whittington started the 2021 year on fire before an injury cost him much of the second half of the season. The sky is the limit for Whittington if he can just stay healthy.

Landing Isaiah Neyor from Wyoming was another big-time pull from the transfer portal. Neyor is already looking the part in spring practice.

Here is a look at how much depth Texas now has at wide receiver after Hall’s commitment.

Xavier Worthy, Sophomore

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2021 stats: 63 receptions for 981 yards and 12 touchdowns

Isaiah Neyor, RS Sophomore

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2021 stats: 44 receptions, 878 yards and 12 touchdowns

Jordan Whittington, RS Junior

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2021 stats: 26 receptions, 377 yards and three touchdowns

Agiye Hall, Sophomore

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2021 stats: four catches and 72 yards

Marcus Washington, Senior

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2021 stats: 18 receptions, 277 yards, and two touchdowns

Troy Omeire, RS Freshman

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2021 stats: Injured

Kelvontay Dixon, RS Sophomore

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2021 stats: Nine catches for 100 yards

Brenen Thompson, Freshman

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2021 stats: 2022 Signee

Casey Cain, RS Freshman

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2021 stats: Redshirt

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