Alabama coach Nick Saban awarded scholarships to three veteran Crimson Tide walk-ons at the conclusion of Friday’s practice.
Senior tight ends Truett Harris (Brentwood, Tennessee) and Brandon Moore (Cincinnati) and junior defensive back Levi Wallace (Tucson, Arizona) were the three recipients. Each was recognized during a team huddle on Alabama’s Thomas-Drew Practice Fields.
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Saban said all three players have been with the program for at least four years.
Last week, redshirt sophomore linebacker Jamey Mosley also earned a scholarship. He is the younger brother of Crimson Tide great and current Baltimore Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley.
"It makes me feel great," Saban said last week on awarding players scholarships. "I think it makes the team feel great. Obviously, it's a great reward for the player.”
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