Caleb Gulledge looking ahead

Caleb Gulledge, three-star defensive end from Prattville, Ala., spent his day on the offensive side of the ball in his team's opening game loss to St. Thomas Aquinas. The Tide commitment talked about the game and his future in Tuscaloosa.


"This was a tough one," said Caleb Gulledge. "I felt like we played well. We didn't execute on some of the plays we worked on. This one stings a bit.

"We are going to come back next week and take care of business. This is going to make us work so hard. We still have a chance to win a state championship."

Prattville was ranked the pre-season No. 1 high school team in the country by Scout.com. The Lions were ranked No. 3 in the state of Alabama behind Daphne and Hoover by the ASWA.

"Our goal was definitely to win a national championship," said Gulledge. "This is only going to push me to work that much harder as a senior. I will work harder as a leader, and I will help my teammates reach our goal which is to win the state championship."

Gulledge spent last Saturday working at right tackle where he plans to stay throughout the season. The future college position is uncertain.

"I don't know right now," Gulledge said of his position for Alabama. "It just depends. I will play wherever they need me. Roll Tide."

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