Alabama lands four-star DT Dee Liner
Defensive tackle Dee Liner decommitted from Auburn in the wake of coaching change and chose Alabama.
Yes, he's a defensive lineman named Dee Liner. If he's as good as advertised, signing day will be the start of putting all the jokes behind him.
A four-star defensive tackle from Muscle Shoals, Ala., Liner announced Wednesday he will sign with Alabama, taking the Tide over their in-state rivals at Auburn. Liner was committed to the Tigers throughout most of 2012 but left the Auburn fold after the departure of Gene Chizik and his staff and was widely expected to sign with Alabama.
At 6-feet-2.5 and 277 pounds, Liner has the combination of size, strength and agility that should make him a natural fit as a defensive end in Nick Saban's 3-4 system.
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