"I had a lot of fun. It was nice and I liked it a lot. I knew it would be a real close game. I thought after the first half, they (Alabama) were going to win the game," said Ali Sharrief.
During the visit, Sharrief was able to speak with a few coaches and several
"I talked to Coach Ball and Coach Shula, before the game. They were asking
me how I liked the campus. I told them, I really liked it a lot. I was able to
talk to just about all of the players, after the game. I think they really do
have a great team. Next year, things will be looking up for them."
Though Sharrief is committed to the Tigers, a final decision will come later.
"I am going to Alabama on December 10-12. I have not set up an official
visit with Auburn yet. The Auburn coaches are suppose to call me this week about
that. I am still committed to Auburn, but everybody will know where I am going
in February, after I take my visits." said Sharrief.
"I talk to the Auburn coaches every now and then. They call me about every
other week. I talk to the Alabama coaches a lot more than the Auburn coaches.
Coach Ball (Alabama) calls me every week and they always write me letters. I
don't know if that will have an impact or not. I am just going to chill right
now," Sharrief added.
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