A lengthy day of camp ended with a memorable minute for Daevin Hobbs. After participating in Alabama’s camp Saturday, the Class of 2023 protective line was able to meet Nick Saban inside the head train’s workplace. Minutes later, Hobbs’ day got even much better as Saban extended an offer from the Crimson Trend.
” I was delighted and hyped at the same time,” Hobbs told BamaCentral. “It was awesome, Train Saban had told me when I was in his office. We spoke about what position I’ll play, exactly how the college, as well as every little thing, works.”
Hobbs, 6-foot-4, 250 pounds, is rated as the No. 29 defensive lineman as well as No. 194 general gamer in the 2023 course, according to the 247Sports Compound. Throughout his junior season at Jay M. Robinson Secondary School in Concord, N.C., he recorded 39 tackles, 20.5 takes on for loss, 8 sacks, and a forced fumble. He also added on the offensive side of the round, lining up at the tight end and taking a few brings at running back.
During his conference with Saban, he said the head coach reviewed the possibility of playing either defensive end or tight end.