They say things come in cycles, right?

Stop me if you've heard this before, but former Alabama wide receiver Agiye Hall caused some stir today with his Twitter account.

Less than a month after announcing his decision to transfer to Texas, Hall has removed all traces of the Longhorns from his social media, leaving fans once again to question the enigmatic receiver's motives.

Crimson Tide Photos / UA Athletics / Photo by Kent Gidley
Crimson Tide Photos / UA Athletics / Photo by Kent Gidley
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As rumors swirl surrounding the potential destination of 2021 Biletnikoff winner and fellow transfer Jordan Addison, Hall appears to be taking the route of many recent NFL players by cutting ties with his team online.

It's worth noting that while Hall officially announced his transfer destination almost a month ago, the sophomore was still not officially listed on Texas' roster prior to this incident, and has not been removed from it.

While this could spell trouble for the wideout's future with the team, this could just as easily be nothing more than Hall having some fun with his new fanbase like he so often did in his time at the Capstone.

The Valrico, FL native recently was brought back into the minds of many Alabama fans'  when he called them out for a lack of support during his lone season with the Crimson Tide.

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Hall claimed that Tide faithful were, "Not really loving," while describing Longhorn fans with the opposite sentiment.

Will Hall's honeymoon with Texas continue into the 2022 season, or will the former four-star prospect be on the move once more before it kicks off?

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