Former Alabama defensive back Brandon Turnage will be continuing his collegiate career at the University of Tennessee. Turnage announced he will transfer to the Volunteers with a post to social media.
It was originally believed that Turnage would transfer to Georgia back in May but until his announcement on Thursday.
In his two seasons with the Crimson Tide Turnage appeared in a total of three games and recorded a single pass breakup. He will have four years of eligibility going forward with the Volunteers.
Turnage is the twelfth member of the Crimson Tide to transfer during or after the 2020-2021 campaign, joining linebackers Kevin Harris, Ale Kaho, King Mwikuta and Kevin Harris, defensive linemen Ishmael Sopsher and L.T. Ikner, kicker Joseph Bulovas, defensive backs Ronald Williams and Eddie Smith and running backs Keilan Robinson and Kyle Edwards.
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