Tyler Love Talks Alabama Visit

Tyler Love, from Mountain Brook, (Ala.), is one of the top offensive tackles in the country for the class of 2008. He attended Alabama's record-setting spring game Saturday afternoon, and he has received several new scholarship offers. Love updates Scout.com with his recruitment.

"The visit to Alabama went pretty good," said National Hot 100 lineman Tyler Love. "Overall it was a good trip. I was really impressed with the crowd. That was really the highlight of my visit."

"I thought their scrimmage went well. They got after it pretty good. I know the players were ready to finish spring practice. I thought they did well for only 15 practices."

"The coaches were just telling me they were glad to have me down there. It was their spring practice, so I didn't really get to spend a lot of time with them. It was a lot of fun though."

"I talked to Jerrell Harris and Barrett Jones a lot. I spent most of my time with Barrett Jones and his family. I talked to Justin Rogers, William Green, Jacoby Thomas and Brandon Lewis as well."

"I love the University of Alabama. I really like the way it's set up. I like the tradition, and the fan support. When you have over 92,000 fans attend the spring game that is really saying something. It really stands out a lot of the university."

"I plan on going to LSU sometime in late May. I am going to Georgia and Florida during the summer for unofficial visits."

"I have recently received offers from Florida State, Nebraska, Miami and Southern Cal. The USC offer was verbal. I am really shocked and overwhelmed."

"I am blessed that I have the opportunity to play college football. I give a lot of thanks to my coach. I couldn't do what I am doing right now if it wasn't for him."

Stay with Scout.com as we continue to track the recruitment of Tyler Love.

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