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kick 'em in the ass, big blue.
Started at the bottom, now we here.....better get used to it.
I don't think Bama wants to burn a bridge at Prattville by pulling Gulledge's scholarship. My money would be on Dakota Ball and Gladney.
Safe to say ANY 3 star commit is on borrowed time in Turdville.
Since the day he committed to Alabama last summer, there have been questions about whether the Columbia, SC wide receiver would qualify academically. The 6-1 185-pound Gladney, who will be in Tuscaloosa this weekend on an official visit, has made significant strides in the classroom this year, but it might not be enough to sign with UA on February 1.
"Right now I'd say he's probably going to get placed [in a junior college or possibly a prep school]," says Columbia HS head coach Kemper Amick. "He's coming in on Friday for his official visit and they will figure it all out while he's there."
Amick says that the Alabama coaching staff has been up front with Gladney throughout the recruiting process.
"They've been nothing but straight up with Casey from the first minute he talked to them," Amick says. "My feeling is that Casey's going to qualify, but there's going to be red flags in there and it's going to be late of he does. If you wait and he doesn't make it, then somebody else will miss out."
"Get in where you fit in." Life is, Too Short TL;DR
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