Four-star defensive tackle Quinnen Williams has decided to go to Alabama instead of Auburn.

The 6-4, 265lb star from Wenonah School in Birmingham, AL had committed to Auburn before de-committing from The Plains on June 5th without reason and looking over his options.

AL.com noted that Williams was Auburn’s third decommittment of the year.

ESPN Scout said about the player: “Williams is a defensive line prospect with very good overall size and outstanding playing strength with a frame that can continue to be developed and support more good mass with time in Alabama‚Äôs weight program. The ESPN 300 defensive lineman can use that combination of size and strength to be a physical and stout run defender.” He was also described as a “good player in the trenches“.

Writer Craig Haubert noted that Williams could probably use a redshirt after coming on board in Tuscaloosa.

Williams is rated the 12th-best player in Alabama, 33rd-best defensive tackle in the nation, and 378th player in the nation overall by 247sports.com.

 

Ole Miss was also said to be interested.

 

 

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