Studying a male t. agrestis - a hobo spider lurking over my shoulder on the couch this morning. Honestly, it's almost impossible to distinguish hobos from other spiders in similar families unless you're an arachnologist with a microscope. To the eye, they can be identical to common grass spiders. But considering this is a male and it's late summer and it was in the house, that makes it highly likely it's a wandering hobo lookin for lovin.
We released it a block away from home. If you just drop them in the driveway they beeline back indoors, at least in our experience.
As much as I've come to learn about spiders... hobos, yellow sac, and widows are still not allowed in the house. The rest I just wave at them as they go by.