One of the nation’s very best 2021 wide receiver prospects can now officially be added to the Texas Longhorns big board.
On Monday, despite mutual between the two sides for some time, five-star Seffner (Fla.) Armwood wide receiver Agiye Hall finally added an offer from Tom Herman’s program, he announced on Twitter.
Very Thankful And Honored To Receive An Offer From The University Of Texas!!!! #HookEm #ThisIsTexas #Longhorns @TexasFootball @BCarringtonUT @polynesiabowl @DemetricDWarren @AllAmericaGame pic.twitter.com/thBoobS9og— ⁶ (@HallAgiye) July 29, 2019
The news comes nearly one full month after Hall included the Longhorns in his top 12 list, alongside programs including Clemson Georgia, LSU, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, and USC.
So why was Texas a top option, even before presenting an offer? The answer is simple: How the Horns utilize receivers in their offense.
“I like their offense. I like the program,” Hall expressed to BON last month. “They’re very successful with wideouts.”
A 6’3, 190-pound talent, Hall is aiming to build upon a sophomore season in which he snagged 47 receptions for 878 yards and 10 touchdowns. Along the way, he’s cemented himself as one of the truly elite receivers in his class, coming in at No. 16 nationally and No. 2 at his position, per the 247Sports Composite.
Hall’s only two Crystal Ball picks to date favor Clemson.