Bone's Bulletin Board 6.12.12

The University of Alabama has offered a scholarship to a long snapper, another West Coast outside linebacker will visit in June, an offensive tackle from the Bayou State plans a visit to Tuscaloosa, and prospects across the country continue to announce decisions.


Darius Paige, Alabama commitment from Washington High School in Pensacola, Fla., spent time in Tuscaloosa at summer camp.
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Cole Mazza, long snapper and UCLA commitment from Calif., was offered a scholarship with a time limit.
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Danny Mattingly, outside linebacker from the state of Washington, will visit Alabama in June.
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Cameron Robinson, offensive tackle in the class of 2014 from Monroe, La., will visit Tuscaloosa in July.
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Commitments

George Baltimore, three-star safety, to TCU.
Steve Wesley, three-star cornerback, to TCU.
Cameron Judge, four-star outside linebacker, to UCLA.
Sam Coverdale, three-star offensive tackle, to Northwestern.
Kevin Gladney, three-star wide receiver, to Nebraska.
Austin Jupe, three-star safety, to Baylor.
Cord Sandberg, three-star quarterback, to Mississippi State.

Twitter

Jay Tate, the Auburn beat writer for the Montgomery Advertiser, picked up 4,000 new twitter followers Monday night with his on-the-scene tweeting from Montgomery by the house surrounded by law enforcement agencies. The house where the suspect in the Auburn shootings in apparently hiding in the attic, but not confirmed after a long night. FOLLOW HERE

AndrewJBone: I asked #Alabama commitment Darius Paige about his head coach resigning today- "It killed me. It was a really big surprise."

James Spann: For those griping about a 60 second weather cut-in during The Bachelorette, you priorities need to be reviewed. This is serious business.

Alabama Power: If your power goes out or you see lines down, call 800-888-2726. Please retweet

Alabama Power: FYI: the wind that cut through Birmingham was between 60 and 70 mph. Very widespread damage.

AndrewJBone: Congrats to #Arkansas on advancing to the College World Series #SEC

Twitter: AndrewJBone

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