Bozeman attends celebration
"The visit was pretty good," said Bradley Bozeman. "There weren't many recruits there. The only one I knew was O.J. [Howard] It was pretty fun.
"I talked to all of the coaches while I was there. They were telling me I am looking pretty good. They told me to keep working hard."
The underclassman is excited about his future in Tuscaloosa.
"I will be able to compete for Alabama's 15th, 16th or 17th national championship," he said. "It's amazing to know I am going to the best school in the nation. It's great to be able to help carry on the tradition."
The 6-foot-5, 310-pound lineman helped Handley win the class 3A State Championship in 2011. He earned the Class 3A Lineman of the Year for his performance.
"It was very exciting for me," Bozeman said. "It was just a great honor. I was the first player from Handley to ever win the award. Chris [Dillard] and I were actually the first two ever nominated for the award from our school."
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