Former Georgia tight end Ty Flournoy-Smith has signed his letter of intent to Alabama, the player confirmed.
“It’s confirmed“, he tweeted.
Flournoy-Smith, who was booted out of Georgia for filing a false police report for some stolen books that he’d sold, as well as admitting to smoking marijuana with DB Josh Harvey-Clemsons, who was recently caught for doing it and banned for the first three games of this season.
Flournoy-Smith went to Georgia Military Junior College, where he did a great blocking job.
He will be expected to do the same in an offense which is going to feature two of the best running backs in the country in TJ Yeldon and Derrick Henry.
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