At this point a scholarship offer is not on the table, but Alabama's head coach is clearly sending a signal that the Tide is interested in the linebacking twins. The boys father told BamaMag.com in a recent conversation that they were receiving letters from Coach Mike Shula at least once a week.
One's a little taller (Dustin measures 6-4 to Jordin's 6-3). One's a little heavier (Jordin: 321, Dustin: 219). Both twins claim 4.65 as a best-clocking in the 40-yard dash.
The brothers compete for Davidson High School in Mobile. Dustin Lindsey garnered 152 tackles last season, on his way to being named Region 6A Linebacker of the year. Brother Jordin Lindsey totaled just five tackles less at 147.
Jordin told TheInsiders.com's Andrew Bone in an interview last month that Alabama, Auburn and Mississippi State constitute their top three, and that they plan to take official visits to all three schools.
The two brothers attended Alabama's mini-camp this past summer, where they got a chance to meet the Tide coaches.
Alabama's interest is real, but at this point it's not certain that the Tide coaches will have enough scholarships to offer the Lindseys.
Clearly the brothers would be a valuable addition to any team. Given Bama's current NCAA situation, adding athletes like the Lindsey twins as walk-ons would be a coup. However, it's not at all clear that Dustin and Jordin would be willing to walk-on to play football for the Tide.
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