Walker Jones talks A-Day
"The visit to A-Day was great," said Walker Jones. "It was awesome. We went down to the complex and talked to some of the coaches. I watched my brothers play. We went to cook-out after. It was a lot of fun.
"The coaches were pretty busy. We didn't talk extensively. We just caught up with each other."
Jones has been offered a scholarship from the University of Alabama and numerous other schools across the country. Barrett Jones will have moved on to the NFL by the time Walker graduates, but brother Harrison is also on the Tide's roster.
"Barrett is playing a new position," the youngest brother said. "I was nervous at first when he played right guard, and then nervous last year when he played tackle. I have to get accustomed to him playing center. I trust in him. I am sure he will do fine. Harrison had four catches. He did a pretty good job blocking."
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