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Alabama lands 2019 Offensive Guard commit

Deyavie Hammond Courtesy of his twitter page
Deyavie Hammond Courtesy of his twitter page

Alabama is getting talent rich for the 2019 class! Offensive Guard Deyavie Hammond recently committed to the Tide on Tuesday. Hammond, who plays for the dominant powerhouse Lakeland High School, is 6’4″ and weighs 320 pounds. He is a four-star recruit and is the fifth overall offensive guard in his class.

Upon review of his game tape, we see him bully defensive linemen by pushing them around like he’s pushing a shopping cart at a grocery store. Alabama has yet again landed another talent for 2019 and Hammond joins Hewitt-Trussville linemen Pierce Quick and IMG Academy Trey Sanders as Alabama’s three commitments so far for the 2019 class. Hammond had a star-studded cast of schools wanting him from the SEC: LSU, Florida, and Auburn are just a few.

One thing is for sure the rich just got a whole lot richer and Hammond is going to be a great addition to the Crimson Tide family. Welcome aboard Deyavie and Roll Tide!

Ty Pulliam is a recruiting analyst and contributing writer for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter on his page: @TDAlabamamagTy

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