Mitch Trubisky talks Alabama offer

Mitch Trubisky talks Alabama offer

Mitch Trubisky, four-star quarterback from Mentor, Ohio, collected an offer from the 2011 BCS National Champions. He talked about the latest news and much more.


"Alabama offered last week," said Mitch Trubisky. "I got in contact with one of their assistant coaches. They wanted to see if I was interested in them. They said Coach Saban was impressed with my film. They want me to come down for a visit.

"I talked to coach Saban on the phone. He said he watched my film. He was impressed with what I could do. He wanted to make sure before he offered me I have interest in them. He wants me to come down to see Alabama for myself. He told me about the program and why Alabama is a great school.

"It was awesome to get an offer from them. It's a good school with a lot of tradition. They have a lot of great things going. It's great for a program with so much prestige as Alabama to offer me.

"I like Alabama a lot. They are one of my top schools right now. Their run a pro-style offense, and I like how they run their team. They have won more games than any school in past four years. That's very impressive to me. I like their coaching staff and how they run things. I plan to take my first visit there April 14 for their spring game."

The 6-foot-3, 195-pound signal caller also has offers from Cincinnati, Ohio State and Toledo.

"Right now I really like Alabama, Ohio State and Cincinnati," Trubisky said. "I don't have any time-frame for a decision. I am going to visit Ohio State sometime in April as well."

Trubisky finished his junior season with 3,850 yards passing with 41 touchdowns. He rushed for 680 yards with 12 touchdowns.

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