Alabama offers offensive tackle
"I thought it was good camp," said Roderick Taylor. "They had good players out there. It was nice competition. I felt like I did good out there.
"Coach Stoutland is a good coach. I like the way he teaches you. He takes his time to show you how it's done and the right way to do it. He told me he liked me and I was a good player."
Taylor received good news from the Tide's head coach following his dominant performance.
"I spoke with coach Saban after the camp," he said. "He said he likes me. I am a good player. He instantly offered me. It felt real good to get an offer from them."
The 6-foot-4, 295-pound lineman talked about his interest in the Crimson Tide.
"I like the coaches," Taylor said. "I like the facilities. I like the academics over there. I really like it a lot overall."
Taylor also has scholarship offers from Ole Miss and Mississippi State. He plans to attend the LSU camp in July. He does not have a favorite school at this time.
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