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'Bama Verbal Looking at Lions

The Hoover-Prattville game was considered as one of the best match-ups of the decade in a 6A state championship game. The results painted a different picture as the Lions dominated the Bucs in a 35-21 victory. Alabama verbal commitment Nick Gentry talks about the game and his consideration of other schools like Penn State.

"It feels like a dream come true,"said Nick Gentry from Prattville, (Ala.). "They played a heck of a game. People always said we were the better team, but they also say teams down in the south aren't that great. We had to come out and prove them wrong." The Prattville defense rattled Hoover quarterback Ross Wilson most of the night. Wilson did... Recommended Stories

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