Alabama football welcomed its most recent transfer additions to campus over the weekend.
Touchdown Alabama will highlight each of Alabama’s newest additions over the next few days in an article series.
We continue our series with former Louisiana defensive back, Trey Amos.
-Classification: Redshirt Junior
–Position: Defensive Back
-Hometown: New Iberia, Louisiana
-Weight: 197 Pounds
Amos is an experienced cornerback, who transferred to Alabama from Louisiana-Lafayette.
The Louisiana native stands at 6-foot-1 and weighs approximately 195 pounds, fitting the frame for what Alabama consistently goes after at the cornerback position. Amos received a solid amount of playing time during his three seasons with the Rajin Cajun. He finished last season with 36 tackles and eight pass deflections.
Alabama returns two experienced cornerbacks to its roster in Kool-Aid McKinstry and Terrion Arnold. There is plenty of potential behind those two but not much experience after the Crimson Tide lost Eli Ricks to the NFL and Khyree Jackson, Jahquez Robinson and Tre’Quon Fegans to the transfer portal. Amos is expected to bring experience, depth and the ability to make an immediate impact in Alabama’s secondary.
The 6-foot-1 defensive back has shown the ability to be a physical cornerback, who can help in run support. His length aids him in coverage as he is able to use his long arms to get between wide receivers and the football.
— Trenayvian🖤 (@TreyAmos21) January 29, 2022
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