At his Wednesday afternoon press conference, head coach Nick Saban quickly worked his way down to the question on everyone's mind, revealing the truth of the situation surrounding sophomore wide receiver Agiye Hall.

"He is suspended from the team for violations of some team rules, whether they're academic or whatever," Saban said, promptly, "He's already had that opportunity once to earn his way back, so I don't know what his plans are for the future."

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On Tuesday of this week, Hall's name was removed from the online roster and reports confirmed that his time in Tuscaloosa had come to a close. Hall himself; however, seemed to deny the reports posting his own response on Twitter.

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While the wideout's short career in crimson has been an utter roller coaster up to this point, Hall has shown on the field that he possesses the ability to play at an extremely high level, and simply appears to struggle with off-field issues.

Whether or not the former four-star can work his way back onto the field this season will rely solely upon his ability to stay away from any off-field problems. For Hall, while his performance in last year's national title game certainly left a lot to be desired, taking a step back less than a year prior reveals one of the most electrifying A-Day performances in program history.

As of now, Hall's name has yet to be returned to the roster, and will likely remain off of it until either his suspension lifts or he is officially removed from the team, which both seem equally as likely at this point.

In the meantime, expect to potentially see more from the newest wideouts on the team like Kendrick Law and Aaron Anderson this spring.

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