Alabama DE enjoys spring game visit

6'4, 240-pound Etowah High School defensive end Jamison Wadley enjoyed his visit to Louisville for the Cardinals spring game and plans to make a return trip in June

Etowah defensive end Jamison Wadley increased his stock tremendously at the recent Scout.com All-American Combine at Georgia Tech. Wadley visited Louisville over the weekend, and one ACC school attended the Blue Devils first practice Monday.

"I went up to Louisville this past weekend, and everything was real nice," said Jamison Wadley from Attalla, (Ala.). "I was real impressed with the facilities and the field."

"They have a high-powered offense. Everything went real well. They have a real nice field, and their indoor practice facility was the nicest I have seen this spring."

"I spoke to coach [Reggie] Johnson. He was real positive. He was very nice. He said he was coming to see me practice next week."

Wadley liked what he saw in Louisville, and the Cardinals would like to land another defensive star from Alabama after signing Scout.com five-star Deantwan "Peanut" Whitehead in the class of 2006.

"I feel real good about Louisville right now," Wadley said. "It's a real nice school up there, and they play some real good football."

Wadley put up impressive numbers at the Scout.com All-American Combine in Atlanta recording a 4.75 forty-yard-dash, a 4.43 shuttle and a 9-1 standing broad jump.

"I felt like the combine helped me out a lot," he said. "I won all the one-on-one competitions I was in. I really had a lot of fun over there."

"I have a few schools pick up their interest in me in the past week. Coach Dabo Swenney from Clemson came to practice today. He left his phone number and their home schedule. Vanderbilt has requested film on me. Coach [Dave] Ungerer from Alabama said he is coming to see me practice. I know that Vanderbilt and Louisville plan to visit the school this spring as well."

Wadley plans to stay busy this summer attending camps at Alabama, Auburn, Vanderbilt, Florida, Tennessee, Georgia and Louisville.


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