Dalvin Tomlinson back from Alabama

Dalvin Tomlinson, four-star defensive end from McDonough-Henry County, Ga., camped at the University of Alabama this past weekend. Andrew Bone talked with the Peach State prospect about his time in Tuscaloosa.


"The camp at Alabama went pretty good," said Dalvin Tomlinson. "The camp was pretty good. I was with coach Rumph and coach Sal [Sunseri]. They taught me some new techniques that will help me out a lot.

"They had me working defensive end. I really liked working out with them. I think I can get used to working out with those coaches. really enjoyed the way they had us going after it. The intensity at the camp was really good. It was also very organized. I had a good time."

Tomlinson reminded many in Tuscaloosa of former Alabama star Marcell Dareus.

"I talked to coach Saban for a while when I was there," he said. "He talked to me about the academics of the college. He talked about how I would fit in. Alabama is recruiting me pretty hard right now. They would like for me to come play defensive end."

Tomlinson does not have a list of favorites and uncertain of a time-frame for a decision.
"I like the coaches and the team a lot," Tomlinson said of the Tide. "I like their facilities. The academics are really good as well."

Next stop, Florida.

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