"I didn't get to go to the game, but I watched it on TV," Anthony Orr said from his home in Harvest, (Ala.).
"It was a good game. I thought Alabama played real well all but about three or four series. It was a team effort, and they looked good."
"If we keep improving it will be hard for teams to beat us. I think everything is going in the right direction, and I'm excited to be a part of the future."
ScoutSouth.com also asked the talented defensive lineman if he was a solid commitment to Alabama.
"Yes sir, I'm solid to Alabama," Orr commented.
Orr and his Sparkman Senators are 2-3 after picking up a 41-0 win over Hazel Green last Friday night.
"It hasn't started like we wanted it to, but hopefully we will get it turned around. I have done pretty well, but we aren't where we want to be," Orr concluded.
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