Found February 25, 2013 on No Coast Bias :
Alabama is not only looking to have all the best high school talent on the lock, but Saban and company are looking to solidify their middle school pipelines. The Tide offered Louisiana product Dylan Moses a scholarship after his performance during Alabama’s junior day this past weekend. Dylan’s father Edward said Saban told him that, The post Nick Saban Offers Scholarship to Eighth Grader appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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