Daily Dawg Thread 02 March 2020: Wide receiver Agiye Hall names top-4

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Daily Dawg Thread 02 March 2020: Wide receiver Agiye Hall names top-4

Back in October, junior five-star wide receiver Agiye Hall released his top-seven, and over the weekend on Sunday, Hall narrowed down that list a wee bit further, naming his top-four.

Those four programs are Alabama, Arizona State, Georgia, and LSU… out of Hall’s over 43 scholarship offers.

247Sports rates the 6-foot-3 and 190 lbs prospective student-athlete from Seffner, FL a four-star recruit, the No. 10 wide receiver, the No. 11 player from the state of Florida, and overall, the No. 65 prospect nationally in the 2021 recruiting class. Both ESPN and Rivals also rate Hall as a four-star prospect, a top-15 wide receiver, and a top-100 recruit nationally.





As a sophomore in 2018, Hall hauled in 47 receptions for 878 yards and 10 touchdowns in 14 games for Armwood High School. This past fall for the 2019 season, Hall played in 12 games reeling in 32 catches for 590 yards and 7 touchdowns as well as three kick returns for 152 yards, including a long of 90-yard return for a touchdown. He also punted for the Hawks and booted 27 for 972 yards including a long of 64, downing 4 inside the 20.

In January, Hall announced that he would be transferring to IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL where he will play his final senior season of varsity high school football.

You can check out Agiye Hall‘s sophomore highlights from 2018 as well as some of his 2019 junior season highlights by clicking on the videos below.





Bloomingdale High School Lakeland High School Agiye Hall Sophomore Seasons

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