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Nick Saban to ‘heavily monitor’ Northridge punter Anderson Green this season

Anderson Greene and Saban

Anderson Green impressed Nick Saban and Alabama at camp Saturday, and the Crimson Tide plan to keep a close eye on him in the future. 

Green attends Northridge High School in Tuscaloosa. He is one of the top punter prospects in the 2024 recruiting class.

Saban caught up with Green after the camp to inform him the Crimson Tide would be keeping a close eye on him moving forward. 

“I had a good camp there,” Green said. “I was one of two punters coach Saban pulled into his office. He was telling me he would be heavily monitoring me throughout the next couple of months and the season.”

Northridge is located near the campus of the University of Alabama. An offer from the Crimson Tide would give Green an option to play close to home and for one of the top college football programs in the country.

“An offer from a school like Alabama changes your whole recruiting process,” said Green. “It would mean a lot to me if I am able to earn an offer from them.”

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Green served as the Jaguars’ kicker and punter last season. He showed promise at both positions. As a punter, he put some consistent performances together.

The 2024 recruit is looking to take another step forward this upcoming season.

“I’m really focused on improving my drop table and overall consistency throughout this summer and carrying into next season,” said Green. 

Alabama typically signs one specialist per recruiting class. The Tide does not have a 2024 kicker or punter commit at the moment. 

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Justin Smith is the Director of Recruiting for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter, via jdsmith31smith

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