Alabama football: Top 10 defensive end commits to Crimson Tide
Alabama football drives the conversation here at the Rammer Jammer, SEC Country’s daily Alabama athletics recap, but we’ll cover news for every facet of the Crimson Tide. Every morning, we’ll be here for the latest on Alabama football, basketball and every other sport on campus.
Alabama lands Justin Eboigbe
Four-star defensive end Justin Eboigbe announced his commitment to Alabama on Monday. The 6-foot-4, 263-pound Eboigbe is the No. 10 defensive end in the country and the No. 126 player overall, according to the 247Sports composite rankings. He chose Alabama over Auburn, Clemson, Georgia and Tennessee. He is Alabama’s 16th commit of the 2019 class. The Crimson Tide currently have the No. 1 class.
MORE: Sign up here to get this roundup in your inbox Monday through Friday
In other headlines…
- Former Alabama coach Bill Curry took a shot at attorney general Jeff Sessions’ immigration policy.
Collin Sexton wraps up workouts
Private workouts for NBA prospects began this month. Former Alabama point guard Collin Sexton ended up being fairly selective on which teams he worked out with. Sexton worked out with the Orlando Magic (pick No. 6), the Cleveland Cavaliers (No. 8), the New York Knicks (No. 9) and the Charlotte Hornets (No. 11). All four of those teams have been popular with the SEC Freshman of the Year. The NBA draft is on June 21.
Built by Bama
New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram received the Volunteers of America’s highest award.
Miss a previous edition? Find every installment of SEC Country’s daily Alabama newsletter right here.