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John Reed-USA TODAY Sports
Jalen Harris, a three star tight end out of Montgomery, AL (St James School) grew up as an Alabama fan but committed to Auburn over the Crimson Tide on Tuesday. Per AL.com:
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The 6-foot-5, 235-pound tight end from St. James School made it official Tuesday when he verbally committed to Auburn over Alabama, LSU and Vanderbilt, among others during a press conference at his high school.

"I think it was the best fit for me as a person and as a football player," Harris said. "I love coach (Gus) Malzahn; he' a great coach. I was just comfortable with all of their coaches and that was a big part of my decision."
Harris said that he would have committed to Alabama if Auburn didn't offer him a scholarship.


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Crimson Legend120 months
If we don't start closing the deal with these 3 star recruits next to auburn, we may never be good again.
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BlackPawnMartyr120 months
I love how the article conveniently leaves out that his father is an Auburn alum. What a joke.
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tidehawk120 months
Best to the kid. Auburn is on the rise... as it should be... cannot WAIT until Auburn visits Tuscaloosa this 2014... RTR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Interweb Cowboy120 months
Good pickup Angie.
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UnAnon120 months
Will be a solid H-Back in the system.
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SECdragonmaster120 months
Another kid chooses a Winner(Auburn) over a runner up (bammer).
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