“I Wish the Best for Him,” Trey Sanders Speaks on Agiye Hall
Speaking to media amid rampant speculation regarding what could potentially now be a former teammate, senior running back Trey Sanders took to the podium on Tuesday, and opened up on his relationship with the object of everyone's focus, Agiye Hall.
“I have no idea about what Agiye has got going on, but at the end of the day, I know Agiye is the person that, he’s a hard worker and he’s a great kid overall," Sanders said.
Hall recently became the center of attention on Tuesday morning when BamaInsider.com reported that the sophomore receiver was no longer listed on Alabama's roster and was apparently done in Tuscaloosa.
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Sanders, speaking further on Hall, said, "I wish him the best. I just found out the information, too, but I don’t have much information on that. But I wish the best for him.”
While the former five-star out of IMG Academy was reluctant to confirm or deny anything about the second year wideout, his choice of words certainly did not indicate Hall would be returning, but rather seem to point toward his departure.
After an immensely impressive performance in the 2021 A-Day Game that was accompanied by equally as immense expectations, Hall underperformed in his freshman season, hauling in just four catches for 72 yards and no scores.
Appearing in just a few games throughout the regular season, and failing to answer the call when relied upon in the national title game, the four-star out of Florida has fallen out of favor with many Tide fans who once lauded him as the next Julio Jones.
Whether or not Hall remains with the team will simply have to be seen, but as for now if he hopes to find himself on the field for Alabama in 2022, he will likely have to work much harder following such a debacle.
Though the Tide is not hurting for wide receivers, the possible departure of Hall would certainly be a big blow to the unit that lost its three biggest contributors from last season.