The University of Alabama picked up a big commitment on Sunday from National 100 running back, T.J.…
Bone's Best: Reggie Ragland
No. 1 Middle Linebacker
Bob Jones High School (Madison)
Did you know:: Ragland recorded 97 tackles with 22 tackless for loss and six sacks during the 2011 season. He added 25 quarterback hurries.
Recruitment: Ragland is a solid commitment to the University of Alabama.
Andrew Bone says: Ragland is the best middle linebacker recruit in the country. He is a big bodied recruit who moves extremely well for his size. He does a great job reading plays and has the speed to chase down players from behind. He can make his own case for the top recruit in the state and should have a stellar college career. BR>
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