I know this is out of nowhere, but this thought has been on my mind for a while and this is also an outlet in anticipation of the A-Day game tomorrow. Does anyone know if it were ever a prospect for Ross Wilson to follow his brothers footsteps to give QB a try at Bama? Some may gasp at the thought I'm sure because it seems JP's legacy from what I've perceived has met mixed reviews. Some of the blame he received it seems as having a penchant for making costly mistakes at crucial times that lost games. I believe he got an unfair amount of criticism during that stretch because his protection was so poor. Despite this, as Brodie Croyle predicted, he broke most of the school passing records. In the end he should be remembered as being at the helm at the pivotal point of Alabama's history when they turned the program back around. Which brings me back to my question, though it may sound ludicrous with the talent we have now at quarterback. Coming out of highschool was Ross considered just as good as John Parker? Maybe he just wanted to carve his own path in baseball. The only thing I knew of him came from watching the MTV reality show "2-A-Days" where I thought Hoover was there again in the state championship picture. I'm by far no recruiting expert but thought this would have been a natural line of procession for him. I don't remember hearing a story on this or know what considerations it got. Finally, I saw an interview with JP where they have a younger brother that according to him is better than both of them.