Darius McKeller, offensive tackle from Jonesboro, (Ga.), committed Wednesday morning to Alabama.
"I committed about 9:00 this morning," said Darius McKeller. "I called the secretary, and he got me on the phone with coach Saban and coach Pendry. They said they were excited and couldn't wait to get me up there."
"I felt great. I can't even believe it. They have a good program, and I think they will win the national championship. I felt really good about Alabama."
"They recruited me to play left tackle. It's an honor to play for the Alabama Crimson Tide. They have a lot of history and tradition. To play with some of the top offensive linemen in the country is an honor."
"I don't know if I will take any visits. I probably won't take any other visits."
Darius McKeller Talks of Decision
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