Xzavier Dickson, 6-foot-4, 248-pounds, will leave his home-state school to play college football for the University of Alabama.
"I am going to Alabama," said Dickson. "I like Alabama's defense and their coaching staff. I like the way their defense conducts themselves and how they are disiplined.
"Alabama has told me I could play early and have a major impact on their team. I like how they play hard-nosed football. They have a
great coaching staff and just know how to get after it every day."
Dickson becomes commitment No. 21 for the Tide.
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