Former Armwood standout Agiye Hall has enrolled at Bloomingdale according to Bulls coach Jake Coulson.
Hall, a four-star recruit, is listed as the 11th best player in Florida and the 10th best receiver in the nation on 247 Sports composite rankings. He already has accepted an invitation to play in the Under Armour All-American game. Earlier this month, Hall announced he would be making his college commitment on Aug. 14. He has more than 40 offers, including ones from Alabama, Clemson, Georgia and LSU.
This will technically be Hall’s fifth high school in the past four years.
He went through workouts at Bloomingdale in the summer of 2017 before heading to Durant as a freshman. Hall then transferred to Armwood, where he developed into a dynamic deep threat. In the past two seasons, Hall had a combined 1,468 yards and 17 touchdowns as a receiver. In January, Hall left to go to IMG Academy. He stayed less than three months.
Now, Hall returns to Bloomingdale, this time officially as a student. His playmaking ability will help a receiving corps that returns just one player who had more than 300 yards last season.
The Bulls passing game is poised to add even more reinforcements.
Jefferson quarterback Tre Simmons said he plans to enroll at Bloomingdale in the summer. This would be Simmons’ third high school in the past three seasons.
Simmons spent his first two seasons at Armwood before joining the Dragons. As a junior at Jefferson, Simmons put up big-time numbers, throwing for 2,466 yards and 27 touchdowns in his first full season as a varsity starter.