Alabama sophomore wide receiver, Isaiah Bond seems to have a different attitude for the upcoming season.
Bond took to Twitter Tuesday to post a photo with the caption, “Poppin’ out with a different demeanor”.
Poppin’ out with a different demeanor pic.twitter.com/l3VwxnGWjv
— isaiah “007” bond (@isaiahbond_) June 20, 2023
Bond was a four-star prospect in the 2022 recruiting class out of Buford, Georgia. In 2022 as a true freshman, he didn’t see the field much, totaling just seven receptions, 220 yards, and one touchdown. The last Alabama wideout to dawn 17 in Crimson, was Jaylen Waddle, and although Bond and Waddle are two different players, they do have a couple of things in common. Both players are identical in size at 5-foot-11, 180 pounds, and possess elite caliber speed. Bond is a former Georgia AAAAAA 100-meter and 200-meter champ.
The Alabama offense has quite a few question marks for the upcoming season and one of the most glaring is at the wide receiver position. Bond is slated to be the team’s starting “H” receiver alongside JUCO transfer Malik Benson and Ja’ Corey Brooks, the team will need “007” to score a lot more than just seven points in order to succeed this year.