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Noah DeHond, a four-star prospect out of The Peddie School in Hightstown, NJ, announced his intention to sign with Clemson University on Monday night via Twitter.

Alabama was one of three finalists to land the large-framed offensive lineman, contending with Clemson and North Carolina. DeHond holds 20 offers from Division I schools across the country.

Alabama fans were hopeful that Noah, a 6-foot-7, 315-pounder, would join Netori Johnson and Alex Leatherwood as a future weapon for the Tide along the offensive front.

From our recruiting analyst Justin Wagner: “DeHond is a potential five-star with two years left to go. So far so good, because he has a quick pop up, he’s strong, and he displays impressive footwork and athleticism. This guy plays aggressive and looks very advanced in his game.”

Noah was recruited to Alabama by offensive line coach Mario Cristobal and offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin.

Derek J. Hooper is a Recruiting Analyst for Touchdown AlabamaYou can follow him on Twitter @derekjhooper.

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