Oxford lineman returns to Tuscaloosa
"The visit was pretty good," said Ulric Jones. "I spoke to coach Saban and a lot of the coaches. I also got a tour of the campus.
"I thought the game was a good one. That was Alabama's first hard challenge. They responded well. I really liked it."
Jones kept a close watch on a couple of his favorite players.
"I watched [Courtney] Upshaw and [Dont'a] Hightower," he said. "They are big role models for me. They dominated the game upfront. That's just what they do."
The 6-foot-6.5, 250-pound prospect also talked with a couple of coaches.
"Coach Saban spoke to me a little bit," Jones said. "He told me to keep coming to the games and to stay in touch with him. The defensive line coach [Chris Rumph] told me he has seen some film and likes what he sees. He told me to keep working hard."
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