The University of Alabama received a verbal commitment from 2021 All-American Carter Short. Short a product of Alabama football powerhouse Hoover High School will be staying home to play for the Crimson Tide. He is considered one of the top long snappers in the nation.
COMMITTED! @AlabamaFTBL @CoachJeffBanks @CoachJGalante @JoshNiblett @HKA_Tanalski @KohlsSnapping @RecruitHoover #RollTide pic.twitter.com/wdJsbrNnE4
— Carter Short (@CarterShort12) August 11, 2020
Short will be joined by fellow Alabama commits Dallas Turner and Deontae Lawson in the annual East vs. West matchup.
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