Brandon Hill talks Alabama offer

Brandon Hill, three-star offensive tackle from Collierville-St. George, Tenn., attended Alabama's camp this week. He left no doubt with the Tide coaching staff following his performance. Hill talked about his experience in Tuscaloosa.

"The camp was really good," said Brandon Hill. "I came in kind of late, but I had a real good work-out with the coaches. They wanted to see my footwork. I showed them my best. I felt like I did really good.

"They offered me a scholarship. I met with coach Saban in his office. They would try to help me develop not only as a player, but as a person."

Hill enjoyed camping and spending time on the Alabama campus.

"I liked the camp a lot," he said. "It was fun. I liked working with the coaches. I like working hard. I really liked the atmosphere around the campus. Everything we did I enjoyed."

The 6-foot-6, 350-pound lineman plans to trim his list to five schools in the very near future. Alabama has a very good chance to make the list.

"I like Alabama a lot," said Hill. "It's a traditional school. They have won 13 national championships and 22 SEC championships. There is nothing like Alabama. It's a real good school."

Hill plans to take all five official visits before making a decision.

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