Bradley Bozeman losing it

Bradley Bozeman losing it

Bradley Bozeman, three-star offensive lineman from Handley High School in Roanoke, Ala., is one of the Tide's most underrated commitments. He was a top performer at the Alabama OL/DL camp this past weekend. Andrew Bone talked with the Lineman of the Year about the event.


"I went to the Alabama camp this past weekend," said Bradley Bozeman. "The camp was really good. Coach Stoutland said it's the best he has ever seen me.

"Coach Cochran gave me some good compliments. He told me to save some for him. I talked to coach Saban a little bit. It was just small talk. He told me I was looking really good."

The 6-foot-5, 305-pounder has worked hard during the off-season. His future position coach was impressed.

"I just learned a couple new things coach Stoutland taught me," Bozeman said. "I did a lot better on my pass blocking. I had a pretty good camp. I felt like I did pretty good.

"I have lost about 20 pounds. I have been working out real hard. I am working out three days with the team and two days a week with my trainer."

Bozeman noticed a few others in Tuscaloosa including a future teammate.

"Grant Hill was there," he said. "He stood out. He did well. Then there was a guy who is committed to Michigan who did well. I thought Grant was a really nice guy. He is a class act."

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