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Alabama Transfer WR Agiye Hall Removes All Texas Content From Social Media Platforms

Former Alabama wide receiver Agiye Hall is raising eyebrows again with his social media actions. About a month after announcing his transfer to Texas, Hall has now deleted all posts and photos about him joining the Longhorns from his social media accounts.

Hall announced his move to Texas on April 19, three days after Alabama’s A-Day game. The second is not on the Longhorns’ official roster which has been updated to include Alabama transfer Jahleel Billingsley, who joined from Texas in January.

Hall appeared in seven games for Alabama last season, recording just four catches for 72 yards. He had two catches for 52 yards in the national championship loss to Georgia, but also had two costly drops.

Prior to the transfer, Hall was suspended during spring camp for violating team rules. When asked this spring, Nick Saban would not reveal whether the catcher’s violation of team rules was related to academics, an on-court affair, or a combination of the two, stating that ” it doesn’t really matter.”

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“He is suspended from the team for violating some team rules,” Saban said. “Whether they are academic or otherwise, it doesn’t really matter. Everyone has the responsibility and the obligation to live up to the principles and values ​​and do the right thing. They are all there to help them be more successful. So to respect them and do them is always very helpful.”

Earlier this month, Hall made headlines when he slammed Alabama fans during an interview with 247Sports.

“One thing that really stood out was the culture. Bama fans – they don’t really like, if I can put it that way – even when you leave,” Hall said. “Texas fans are like family. They love you unconditionally. They want the best for you and want to make sure you strive to be the best person you are, whether it’s people in the stands, players or coaches. They’re all connected, which is a good thing.

This story will be updated.