Alabama football has a much-needed veteran presence back on its defensive line.
Justin Eboigbe, a former four-star, returns for a fifth season as a defensive end. The native Georgian came in the 2019 class, but he missed much of last season because of a neck injury. Before the mishap, he totaled 11 tackles and two quarterback hurries in four games. Eboigbe collected 48 total tackles in his first three seasons. The 6-foot-5, 292-pounder has 41 games of experience under his belt and is ready to be impactful as a starter. He recently got cleared by the Crimson Tide’s medical staff for next season.
He thanks Uj Johnson, an Alabama strength coach, for his impressive physique and recovery.
— Justin Eboigbe (@JustinEboigbe) April 6, 2023
Eboigbe knows this fall is his final opportunity to earn a strong NFL Draft stock. He is going after it now.
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