Bo Scarborough attends Junior Day

Bo Scarborough, running back from Tuscaloosa-Northridge, Ala., is one of the top players in the country in the class of 2014. He was one of only a few sophomores invited to Alabama's Junior Day. Scarborough talked about his return visit to the Capstone.

"I went to Alabama's Junior Day yesterday," said Bo Scarborough. "It was good going over there. I watched the basketball game. We toured the faciliites and learned about the academics. The have one of the highest honor rolls in the country.

"I went in a meeting with coach Burns and the other running backs who were there. He was just talking about how he doesn't care about when you make mistakes. He wants to help you correct those mistakes and do the right things. He said everyone makes mistakes on the field."

A favorite part of the trip was spending time with players on the 2011 BCS National Champioship team.

"I really liked the part where they had all the prospects in a room with the players on the team," Scarborough said. "They had a couple of players like Robert Lester and Vinnie Sunseri who were answering questions from the prospects. I see those guys all the time, so I didn't really have any questions."

The 6-foot-2, 215-pound athlete tore his ACL during the regular season. He finished rehab a week ago and is starting to run and cut again.

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