Lamar Brown left his visit to Tuscaloosa over the weekend feeling really good about Alabama football and the Crimson Tide.
Brown attends University Lab School in Louisiana, and he is in contention to be the nation’s No. 1 2026 offensive and defensive lineman.
The sophomore’s first trip to Tuscaloosa for a game to see Alabama defeat LSU was a good one.
“I definitely love this place and this was actually my first Alabama game,” Brown told Touchdown Alabama. “After this, Alabama definitely has a special place in my heart. The atmosphere the fans brought and the way the team fought until the end, I think this might be the place to be.”
The Tide offered Brown in August, and he had high praise for Alabama before his visit.
“Alabama is where you go if you want to be coached by the great Nick Saban, and I think they are the standard of college football in my opinion,” Brown said.
At 6-foot-5 and 260 pounds, Brown is one of the most unique prospects in the country with his potential to be an offensive lineman or defensive lineman at the next level. On the offensive side of the football, he is an agile lineman with impressive athleticism. He displays an ability to get off blocks and make big plays on defense.
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Justin Smith is the Director of Recruiting for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter, via @Jdsmith31Smith