Kain Daub talks Alabama offer

Kain Daub, linebacker prospect from Nease High School in St. Augustine, Fla., is closing in on double-digit scholarship offers. Daub talked about his latest offer and early interest.

"Alabama offered me last Friday," said Kain Daub. "I never thought I would get an offer from Alabama until they at least saw me in person. I have never visited them before. I will go up there in June for the camp.

"My coach told me I needed to call coach Nick Saban. Coach Saban told me I am one of the few prospects they have offered in the 2014 class. He said they usually don't offer until they see someone in person. It made me feel really good."

The 6-foot-2, 235-pound prospect talked about his interest in the Crimson Tide.

"Alabama is a really nice school," Daub said. "They put a lot of kids in the League. It's a good environment. They have good coaches and a great defense."

The offer list includes Alabama, Florida, Florida State, LSU, Miami, Ohio State, South Carolina and UCLA. At least four schools are on the calendar for summer camp participation.

"I never thought I would get offers so early," said Daub. "If I did I never thought I'd get big schools like the ones I have. I don't have any favorites right now. I know I am going to camp at Alabama, LSU, Florida and Florida State."

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