"I am going to take an official visit to Alabama. I probably will not go anywhere else for a visit. Right now, I am pretty solid with Auburn," said Ali Sharrief.
Sharrief has tripped to the Plains and came away impressed.
"I have been to two games this year. I went to the Auburn/LSU game and the
Auburn/Louisiana Tech game. I really liked both of the games. They drilled
Louisiana Tech, and I really liked the LSU game. I have really liked the way
Auburn has been playing this year. Hopefully, I can go there and play running
back next year."
"I am really trying to get down to an Alabama game. I will try to make the
Alabama/Auburn game," said Sharrief.
A few coaches are staying in close contact with Sharrief.
"I talk to Coach Dunn (Auburn), Coach Ball (Alabama) and Coach Searels
(LSU). Those three coaches call me just about every week."
North Jackson is having a great year. Sharrief is at full strength and focused
on the season.
"It's alright. We are trying to get everything straight. We should have
beaten Gadsden (#3 in 5A) a couple of weeks ago. We are 4A so we won't have a
chance to play them again. We are 5-1. We are a pretty much balanced team on
offense and defense. I think we will make it to the state championship. We won
our region championship last week over West Point,41-28. We play at Ardmore this
week," said Sharrief.
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