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Mark Ingram to Trent Richardson to Eddie Lacy to Derrick Henry. The very recent tradition of superlative Alabama Crimson Tide running backs continues with the kid who broke the all time high school rushing record.
Henry ran for 482 yards on Friday night against Perry (Fla.) Taylor County to bring his career total up to 11,612 yards.
He broke the record of somebody you’ve never heard of. Next year Henry brings his talents to Tuscaloosa.
From the Inquisitr
Henry broke the longstanding HS rushing record with a spectacular game. ESPN reports that Henry carried the ball 58 times for 482 yards and six touchdowns on Friday night. He now has 148 career touch downs, 6th on the all-time list.
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Five-star recruit Reuben Foster paid a little homage to Nick Saban today when he signed his National Letter of Intent to play for the Tide dressed as his soon-to-be head coach.
The future Alabama linebacker showed up for National Signing Day wearing the signature straw hat and an Alabama vest similar to the one that Saban dons at every practice.
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Several outgoing Alabama players who are currently preparing for the NFL Draft took some time to recount their experiences of meeting Nick Saban during the recruiting process.
Alabama coach Nick Saban insists he doesn't get swept up in the signing day drama of recruits' televised announcements and last-minute change of hearts.
''But I must admit I didn't sleep real good last night,'' Saban said.
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Even though national signing day was still 2 days away, five-star linebacker Reuben Foster decided it was time to make his announcement. This obviously give Foster time to change his mind again, which college kids are allowed to do.
Foster, who committed to Alabama then changed his mind and committed to Auburn and proved his commitment with a tattoo, has decided to...
Reuben Foster, who happens to have an Auburn Tigers tattoo, dressed as Nick Saban for National Signing Day to honor him. He downed the classic Nick Saban hat with the crimson ribbon with an A on it. Foster dressed like him before sending his National Letter of Intent in via Fax machine. Foster used to be committed to the Auburn Tigers and tried to have his tattoo fixed but messed...
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After de-committing from Auburn late in the recruiting cycle, all signs pointed at Dee Liner switching to Alabama. On Wednesday, the feeling became a reality as he announced for the Crimson Tide.
On signing day, Alabama had successfully recruited every player that had previously committed to the Crimson Tide. That doesn’t mean the Crimson Tide got every player it wanted. For various reasons, including the difficulty of competition, some prospects went looking elsewhere.