Bone's Bulletin Board 6.11.12

The University of Alabama picked up a third commitment in the past week, a high-profile running back has concluded his weekend visit on the Tide's campus, and more prospects across the country pulled the trigger.


Leon Brown, a left tackle prospect from ASA in New York, has never visited the University of Alabama. The decision was still easy once the 2011 BCS National Champions offered a scholarship.
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Derrick Henry, five-star running back from Yulee High School in Fla., spent the weekend in Tuscaloosa on an unofficial visit.

"I will make statement soon," Henry said on Twitter Sunday night. "After I talk it over with coaches & family."

Commitments

Leon Brown, offensive tackle, to Alabama.
Kent Flowers, three-star offensive tackle, to Mississippi State.
J.P. Vonashek, three-star offensive tackle, to South Carolina.
Naim Mustafaa, four-star defensive end, to Georgia.
Steven Mitchell, four-star wide receiver, to USC.
Robbie Rhodes, four-star wide receiver, to Baylor.
Deon Mix, three-star offensive guard, to Mississippi State.
Alan Knott, three-star offensive guard, to South Carolina.
Rasheen Jones, three-star outside linebacker, to Cincinnati.

Twitter

FOX6 WBRC-TV: Confirmed: 3 people are dead at Auburn apartment complex.

Randy Rosetta: Game over, season over for #LSU. Tigers lose SR Game 3 to Stony Brook 7-2 and fall short of Omaha. Season ends at 47-18.

Les East: Please, let's not use the word Cinderalla with the name Stony Brook. Just a damn good team, one of the eight best in college baseball.

Cecil Hurt: Cue Bobby Hebert in the LSU post-game press conference.

Cecil Hurt: Stony Brook is the first team from New York to advance to the CWS since St. John's in 1980.

Cecil Hurt: If it's a Stony Brook-Kent State final, I am driving to Omaha.

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