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Ok. No hard feelings. Obviously he hasn't been with his mom very long. And she has no way to get to Alabama to see him play. Mentioned she has no car. I understand his decision now... Still hope he doesn't regret it. Seems he does love Alabama.
I respect that decision
Lebron James is easily the best basketball player in the league currently...
Best of luck.
The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. 2 Cor 10:4
Now we just go out and find another 4* or 5* to fill his slot!!!
Liner, Vanderdoes, Thomas, ....c'mon down!!!
Exactly what some posters warned about, we have no idea what caused his change his choice. He obviously really wanted to come to Bama but the logistics just didn't work out through absolutely no fault of his own. But we have adults acting like a spurned teenager at a middle school dance. I didn't see too many people straight ripping the kid but a lot of emotional, knee-jerk reactions. A lot of these kids don't come from terribly stable family situations, and we need to respect that there are other things that come in to play besides just picking the school that will give a kid the best chance to get to the NFL and play for championships in college. Best of luck to DW, and I hope he has a great career.
The fundamental problem with government is that nobody spends somebody else's money as carefully as he spends his own. - Milton Friedman
As long as we get a player as good or better them I am OK with it, but if for some reason we don't find a replacement then he should have been up front months ago to all staff to find a replacement.
Good luck DW. Classy move.
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