#8 overall prospect in Alabama. Four schools have remained even for the past several months and with three official visits left, a leader is soon to emerge."> #8 overall prospect in Alabama. Four schools have remained even for the past several months and with three official visits left, a leader is soon to emerge.">

4 Remain for Top Alabama DL

Bobby Greenwood, 6-6, 240, from Prattville High School, is one of the top defensive lineman in the southeast and the <a href="http://content.scout.com/a.z?s=73&p=3&blipid=12057">#8 overall prospect in Alabama</a>. Four schools have remained even for the past several months and with three official visits left, a leader is soon to emerge.

"It's still those four schools (Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, and Vanderbilt). Nothing has changed. I have three visits coming up, and I really don't think I will have a decision until after those visits," said Bobby Greenwood.

"I am just trying to find the place where I feel the most comfortable. I want to get along with the players and the coaches," Greenwood added.

Greenwood is enjoying the holidays, but it's time to think recruiting.

"I have been slacking. I haven't talked to any coaches in a while. I have  been enjoying the break. I will probably start calling some of the coaches tomorrow. Christmas has been great."

Prattville had a tough loss to Hoover in the 6A state championship game, but Greenwood felt  his team had one of it's best years.

"I wish we could have pulled it off. It was great to be a part of the state championship and to be able to play at Legion Field in front of all those fans. I had a blast during the season. I didn't think we would have been that good, but the players were great all year long, and Coach Clark was just an awesome coach."

The star defensive lineman did take home one of the biggest awards in the state. Greenwood was named Class 6A Lineman of the Year.

When asked about the award, Greenwood replied,  "That was really awesome. I didn't really know what to think. It was an honor just to be one of the finalist. When I won, I was really happy."

Greenwood felt he improved his game, but he would like to improve in a few areas before heading to the next level.

"I felt like I improved on a few things during the year. I was able to improve on my pass rush and make a lot of sacks. I want to improve on my speed and my technique before heading to college."

Greenwood finished his senior year with 120 tackles and 19 sacks.

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