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Receiver makes decision to walk on

For Alabama to survive the next few years of probation, attracting talented walk-ons is a necessity. Thankfully for Tide fans, the lure of that Crimson jersey still exists. <br><br>Wide receiver Andrew Bone of Rainbow City's Westbrook Christian High School recently announced his decision to walk on at Alabama.

Bone, 5-11, 175, hails from the same school that produced Alabama quarterback, Brodie Croyle and wide receiver, Brandon Greer. "I was born in Tuscaloosa, and I have always been a big Alabama fan," Bone said. "That is the whole reason for my decision." Timed at 4.48 in the 40-yard...

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