The Alabama High School Super Six state championships concluded Friday night at Bryant-Denny Stadium…
State Champion: Bradley Bozeman
"It was great to play here at Bryant-Denny," said Bradley Bozeman. "I got to play my first game here with my high school team. I can't even explain the feeling.
"This is just a blessing for me. I am home out here. It's just so hard to explain. I have been to a lot of games here, but this is the best game I've ever been to because I playing in it with my team."
Bozeman talked with Alabama offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland prior to the championship game. He wished him luck in the title quest.
The 6-foot-5, 310-pound lineman is committed to the Tide and solid with his decision.
"I also have an offer from Auburn," he said. "I am firmly committed to Alabama though. I am 110-percent committed."
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