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Q&A with Nick Fanuzzi

Quarterback Nick Fanuzzi didn't take long to make a commitment after his visit to Tuscaloosa this past weekend. He gave every indication Sunday night he was close to a decision. Scout.com got the first call from Fanuzzi Monday morning, after talking with the University of Alabama coaching staff, to share his intentions of his college decision.

The 6-3, 195-pound Fanuzzi comes from an athletically prodigious family. His father (Mike) was an SEC quarterback, and each of his siblings have plied their trade at major Division-1 schools, Oklahoma, Texas and Texas Tech. Now it's the younger Fanuzzi who is the latest to carry the torch for the family when he suits up for the tradition-filled Crimson Tide football team. Fanuzzi took...

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