Ale Kaho has transferred to the University of Utah

Slade Bolden and Ale Kaho celebrate on special teams versus Miss. State
Mandatory Credit: Gary Cosby Jr/The Tuscaloosa News via USA TODAY Sports

Ale Kaho is now a Pac-12 linebacker.

After three years at the University of Alabama, he entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal last week.

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On Thursday, Kaho announced via Twitter that he has committed to the University of Utah.

He was primarily a core player on special teams in 40 career games with the Crimson Tide. The 6-foot-1, 228-pounder totaled 33 tackles and three blocked punts.

He was on two Southeastern Conference title teams (2018, 2020) and one College Football Playoff National Championship roster.

Hopefully, Kaho will be impactful in a different conference.

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