Alabama got some great news on Friday with the commitment of legacy OT Tommy Brown. As reported last month by AL.com:
Brown, a 6-foot-7, 315-pound four-star offensive tackle recruit from Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, Calif., earned an Alabama offer. He has made two trips to Alabama previously - one for camp last summer and a spring visit with two highly-recruited teammates in four-star linebacker Solomon Tuliaupupu and elite class of 2019 quarterback J.T. Daniels.
Brown's father Vince threw the shot put for Alabama's track and field team, graduating in 1982.
Brown is obviously a massive young man who had several big time offers, but once Saban’s came in it was over. He will be a participant in the Under Armour All-American Game. Check out some film below.
Welcome, Tommy, and Roll Tide!
6'7" OL @Tommy_brown18 has just committed to @AlabamaFTBL.— Hudl (@Hudl) July 21, 2017
Take a look at what got him there. pic.twitter.com/JeQcG8DxMA