Selmon still pondering Vandy offer

Paul Selmon, a 6-6, 290-pound offensive lineman from Lee High School in Montgomery, Ala., holds a scholarship offer from Vanderbilt. In between practices for Lee's upcoming season, Selmon is making plans to squeeze in a few visits, to Vanderbilt as well as some of his other suitors.

Paul Selmon is a big offensive lineman from Lee High School in Montgomery, Alabama. This weekend, the 6-6, 290, lineman took a visit to Tuscaloosa to watch Alabama's practice.

"I did go to Alabama's practice. It went really good. It's a beautiful campus. It's not real big or real small. The fans love Alabama. I talked to Coach Connelly, Coach Randolph, and Coach Shula. They were real nice and were happy to see me there," said Selmon.

Alabama was the first practice session on Selmon's schedule.

"I am going to Ole Miss next weekend. I am going to Vanderbilt and Louisville to attend practices."

Currently, Selmon holds an offer from Vanderbilt.

"I have not received any other offers. Coach Connelly (Alabama) has told me to keep working hard. They want me to send some game film of the first few games. He really likes what he has seen so far. Hopefully, I will receive an offer," Selmon said.

Selmon will attend several fall games.

"I am going to the Vanderbilt-South Carolina game and the Vanderbilt-Florida game. Alabama has asked me to come to a few games."

While Vanderbilt and Alabama are high on Selmon's list, other schools are being considered.

"Besides Alabama and Vanderbilt, I am also starting to look into Ole Miss. I have been getting some info on them. That's why I am going over there to practice. I am looking at Louisville as well."

With two big line prospects in Selmon and R.J. Brisbon, they are looking to pave the way to a successful season.

"We are looking pretty good. We had two scrimmages so far. We looked pretty good. We have a jamboree game this Thursday, against Stanhope-Elmore. Our first game, we will travel to Georgia to play Tri- Cities. It will be a cool experience to go out-of-state to play," Selmon added. Top Stories