While he has not wavered from his commitment since that time, his official visit this past weekend simply reiterated to him yet again that he has a home at BG.
"It went real good, even more than I expected," Alaboody said, "I also met the new head coach (Dave Clawson). He's a great guy."
Alaboody had an excellent year for Fordson. He lead them to the state semi-finals, a place the Tractors had not been in some time. He is also breaking new ground for the school in that he is their first FBS commitment in over 20 years.
His success has come at a running back, but he should find himself in a new role come college.
"I'm playing slot (receiver) and return man for sure. They said I have a great chance of starting right away because most of their receivers graduated."
So between meeting his new coach and finding out about the opportunities which will present themselves for him at Bowling Green. The question barely needs to be asked as to whether or not Alaboody thinks he made the right decision.
"I definitely do."