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Former Alabama OL plans return to SEC after junior college pitstop

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Last week offensive lineman Brandon Hill announced via Twitter his release from scholarship at Alabama. If all goes to plan, Hill could be back in the SEC soon enough after a year at a junior college in Mississippi.

Hill has enrolled at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, according to a report from Al.com Thursday. Hill once again took to Twitter to share his plan with his follower, declaring a desire to play in the SEC before his eligibility runs out.

As the Al.com report makes note, this will be Hill’s third school in as many years. After initally signing wiht Alabama in 2012, he failed to qualify and ended up spending a year at Hargrave Military Academy in Virginia. Last year he finally arrived at Alabama but he did not see any playing time with a redshirt season. If he is to play in the SEC in the next few years, it seems as though that opportunity has passed by at Alabama, but we will just have to wait and see.

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4 Responses to “Former Alabama OL plans return to SEC after junior college pitstop”
  1. 666undead says: Jul 10, 2014 8:22 PM

    Best of luck to you. I hope everything works out well.

  2. woebegong says: Jul 10, 2014 8:47 PM

    He seems to have had a little bit of trouble with his academics. I wonder what SEC school might give him a scholarship when he does get through another year of pre college.
    I wonder if Alabama’s in-state rival might find room for him on their roster.

  3. psly2124 says: Jul 10, 2014 11:46 PM

    Side bet, he will never graduate. Any takers?

  4. ytownjoe says: Jul 11, 2014 7:57 AM

    It says a lot for this young man that he persists and keeps his eyes on his goals. It’s a formula for success in life. I wish him all the best. Good things are bound to happen.

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