One of Alabama’s star players on defense is apparently having second thoughts about his decision to bypass the NFL and return to the Crimson Tide for next season.
Tim Williams is an outside linebacker for Alabama who is considered an elite pass-rushing specialist by NFL scouts.
On Saturday, Williams said he is “up in the air” about the declaring for the NFL Draft, but also added “right now I’m coming back,” per TuscaloosaNew.com’s Cecil Hurt.
A couple of weeks ago, Williams announced that he would return to Alabama for next season: “I love playing college football. The moments I’ve had here with my brothers, I feel like, you know, I have to cherish that while I’m here. If I have another year, I’m gonna take full advantage of that year.”
Next season, Alabama’s defense will undergo changes as Jeremy Pruitt will take over as defensive coordinator, replacing Kirby Smart, who is headed to UGA as the new head coach.
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