Patrick Pinchon, a big defensive end from Danville High School, was in attendance for Alabama's A-Day game.
"I had a really good time. It went great. I liked the game, and I just
really enjoyed the whole day," Patrick Pinchon said.
Pinchon was glad to see a familiar coach's face. "I talked to the defensive
end coach. He remembered me from camp last year, and he said he was looking
forward to seeing me at this year's camp," added Pinchon.
Pinchon has a new leader and said, "Well, it was Auburn, but now, it is
slowly changing to Alabama."
Pinchon has several reasons for naming a new favorite. "It is close to
home. I know more people at Alabama. My cousin, Nikita Stover (2004 signee), is
going there next year, and I have always felt comfortable every time I go
there," Pinchon replied.
Pinchon may wrap-up his spring tour by attending a practice at Southern Miss.
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