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Grant commented on him today:
“He’s limited. He is progressing like we’ve talked about before. The tough thing with Moussa is he was injured last year in junior college and has been out this year. So, it’s been two years since he’s seen competition. Seeing that physically he is where he needs to be ready to go is the big thing. I’ve been impressed in the limited amount of stuff that he’s been able to do and I think that he is progressing nicely. I don’t want to predict the future, but I am impressed with the way that he’s been working in his rehab and where his progress is at this point.”
This post was edited by Chris Walsh on 12/28/2011 at 3:28 PM
Christopher Walsh covers Alabama football for BamaOnline, 247Sports, and is the author of 18 books.
hmmm...not great info but at least he didnt sugar coat it
At least he is progressing. (G)
Seriously though the statement about how little he has played should be a wake up call to those of us who have high expectations to this year's team.
This team might still be undefeated with a true center that can score. Kudos to the team and coach grant for being so young. Will Bama sign any one in the late signing period?
Not much, but I'll take it.
Remember, Alabama was optimistic that he'd be ready to play right around the SEC opener. That Moussa is practicing means he's close to being right where they hoped. Of course they're going to be cautious, though.
I know he injured his knee here in August. What was his original injury last year in JUCO?
I just hope this isn't another "Andrew Bynum"....tons of talent and ability but stays hurt. Big guys have a hard time recovering in bball.
rtr fau 4L
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