Alabama head coach Nick Saban signed two exceptional quarterbacks for the school’s top-ranked recruiting class for this year. While one has garnered attention from fans and media pundits alike, the other continues to plot his moment and anticipates flashing his skill set.
Paul Tyson, a four-star signal caller, was a two-time 3,000-yard passer at Hewitt-Trussville High School and a participant in the Elite 11 competition.
Listed at 6-foot-5 and 220 pounds, the Birmingham (Ala.) native is the great-grandson of legendary Crimson Tide coach, Paul “Bear” Bryant.
Despite the idea of some believing his legacy is the lone thing that got him recruited, Tyson is a prolific distributor of the football.
His passing abilities helped Huskies’ receiver Dazalin Worsham grab a scholarship offer from Alabama for 2020, while also navigating another target to break Hewitt Trussville’s record in receptions.
Tyson is currently participating in the Tide’s fourth quarter program and is having success.
In Monday’s airing of In My Own Words, Stephen Smith of Touchdown Alabama Magazine dives into Tyson and breaks down why fans should be very excited to watch him.
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