by TD Staff ReporterFebruary 5, 2019
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Four-star 2020 pro-style passer Carson Beck from Jacksonville, FL announced this week that he has de-committed from Alabama. Per AL.com:
quote:Beck recently wrapped up a visit to Florida.
Carson Beck, a four-star quarterback from Jacksonville, Florida, decommitted from the Crimson Tide, both Rivals and 247Sports reported Monday night. Florida and Miami -- with former Alabama QB coach Dan Enos as offensive coordinator -- are considered top contenders for the Mandarin High School junior.
Beck told 247Sports he didn’t want to close off any opportunities by being committed anywhere at this point in the process. He made his pledge to Alabama last June.
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And looked good doing it.
Belmont-Winning Horse Owner Names 2-Year Old Colt After Jared Lorenzen
Another nice tribute.
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Things would've been a lot different.
Former Kentucky Star QB Jared Lorenzen Has Died At 38
Prayers to his family.
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He's not wrong.
ESPN‘s Chris Low Says That Clemson “Owns The SEC”
Gonna need your thoughts on this, ya'll.
Georgia Dismisses Starting WR Jeremiah Holloman
Next one up.