Bone's Bulletin Board 6.8.12

The first summer camp session in Tuscaloosa ended on Wednesday with numerous high profile prospects spending time working out with the coaching staff of the 2011 BCS National Champions. Several players across the country announced their college decisions in the last 24 hours including a new commitment for the University of Alabama.

Maurice Smith, four-star cornerback from Dulles High School in Sugar Land, Texas, committed to the Crimson Tide.

Tony Brown, a class of 2014 safety prospect from Ozen High School in Beaumont, Texas, left the Alabama camp with an offer.

Jaevon Walton, athlete from Tuscaloosa (Ala.) Academy and John Copeland's son, talked in-depth of camp.

Think you missed some recruiting updates from the week? See the complete list:

Camp Notes

Monday: Part ll
In-depth final camp notes


Maurice Smith, four-star cornerback, to Alabama.
Isaac Rochell, four-star defensive end, to Notre Dame.
Taylor Chambers, three-star offensive tackle, to Wake Forest.
B.J. Hammond, three-star wide receiver, to Mississippi State.
Tyler Tezeno, three-star offensive guard, to West Virginia.
Anthony Jennings, three-star quarterback, to LSU.
Eason Fromayan, three-star offensive tackle, to Cincinnati.


Tommy Deas: Alabama and Oklahoma were scheduled to play in regular season. Result: rainout

Cecil Hurt: The SEC's 7 national titles for 2011-12: Alabama's four plus UK men's basketball & Florida women's tennis + men's indoor track. Baseball TBD

Bryan Fisher: Clemson announces contract extension for Dabo Swinney, 6 years, $1.95 million annually through 2017.

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