Quinton Dial, Scout.com three-star defensive tackle from Clay-Chalkville High School in Clay, (Ala.)…
Quinton Dial talks recruiting
ScoutSouth.com caught up to Quinton Dial at his home in Clay, (Ala.).
"I only watched the first quarter of the Alabama/Georgia game," Dial said. "I had to go to work, and I didn't see the rest of it."
"I liked what I saw, they made it look easy."
While Dial has been committed to the University of Alabama since early June, it hasn't stopped other coaches from recruiting the big prospect.
"I am still being recruited by other schools," he stated. "LSU and Florida are always on me."
When ScoutSouth.com asked Dial about his commitment he emphatically stated, "I'm going to Alabama."
End of discussion.
We also took time to asked Dial about his season thus far.
"It's going pretty good. I think I'm doing pretty well," Dial concluded.
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