Posted June 09, 2012 on recruiting.scout.com
Defensive back T.J. McCollum is enjoying the recruiting process. The Alabama standout is making the rounds in the early summer to gain some clarity when it comes to the college programs that are in pursuit of his signing day autograph. McCollum made a return trip to Mississippi State on Saturday.
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