Jordon Johnson-Rubell earned an offer from Alabama football Saturday after showcasing his talent in front of Alabama’s coaches at camp.
Rubell currently attends Brewer High School in White Settlement, Texas. The 2024 prospect now holds 13 D1 football offers, including offers from Georgia and Texas A&M. The Texas product said he feels Alabama’s offer is motivation to continue to get better.
“It felt amazing when they told me,” Rubell said. “I mean it is the National Champions. It was very humbling. I know I have to work harder now.”
Alabama’s defensive back coach and fellow Texas native Jay Valai informed Rubell of his offer after the camp.
“The camp was amazing,” said Rubell. “I like the fast pace doing the drills. I felt like an Alabama Athlete.”
Alabama’s coaches left a good impression on Rubell.
“I love that the coaches really care about perfecting your craft and want to teach you how to be a better person and man,” Rubell said.
The rising sophomore currently stands at 5-foot-11 and weighs 160 pounds. He showed a lot of potential as a freshman for Brewer High School, especially in man coverage.
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Rubell is the third 2024 prospect to get an offer from Alabama.
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Justin Smith is a Scouting/Recruiting analyst for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter, via @Jdsmith31Smith