Notably absent from the University of Alabama football team's Wednesday practice was sophomore offensive lineman Trent Davidson. Alabama Head Coach Mike Shula said Davidson was excused for personal reasons.
Trent Davidson is expected to be out for six weeks after surgery on his right foot, an athletic department statement said Friday.
Trent Davidson had two requests for Alabama coaches before he ultimately decided to join the Crimson Tide squad. He wanted to be a tight end - not an offensive lineman - and he wanted to wear number 80.
Brewton, Ala. tight end Trent Davidson is making himself an early frontrunner for playing time when the Crimson Tide football squad hits the field on September 4 against the Utah State Aggies.
<b>Trent Davidson</b> is committed to Alabama, and he took his official visit to Tuscaloosa last weekend.
January 27, 2004
Only three athletes took official visits to Alabama this weekend, and all had already committed to sign with the Tide. That group included Trent Davidson, Travis McCall and Kevin Hamilton.
<br><br>At least two potential walk-ons were on hand for unofficial visits.
January 24, 2004
Tight end, guard or even center, the best thing Trent Davidson has going for him in terms of recruiting is that he could project at any of several positions in college.
December 17, 2003