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Bo Scarbrough | Running Back

Team: Alabama Crimson Tide
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 215

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The academic status of Alabama true freshmen running back Bo Scarbrough and offensive lineman Montel McBride is up in the air.
The pair still isn't on campus. Speaking Thursday at the SEC Media Days, Alabama head coach Nick Saban said he's waiting to the end of the summer on the pair's academic status. "They won’t be completed until the end of summer school," Saban said. "I can’t really make a prediction on what their status will be until their summer school is over." Scarbrough is a five-star recruit, while McBride is ranked as a four-star prospect. Jul 17 - 11:09 PM
Source: Al.com

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Alabama coach Nick Saban isn't concerned that recruits RB Bo Scarbrough and DLs Johnny Dwight and Montel McBride haven't arrived on campus.

Saban declined to identify the three tardy players, but BamaOnline figured out the mystery and fingered Scarbrough, Dwight and McBride. "Yeah, we have three guys that have not reported for various reasons, and some of those things deal with when they graduate from high school, when they can report, whether they actually get in the window of being able to go first semester," Saban said. "And a couple other guys have to clean up some academic issues. So we'll see how those things go over the course of the summer."
Source: AL.com
Jun 6 - 2:04 AM

Five-star athlete Bo Scarbrough will play running back at Alabama, coach Nick Saban announced.

Scarbrough (6-foot-2, 234 pounds) is the No. 12 ranked player in the 2014 class. "We think Bo is a multi-talented guy but we look at him as a running back first," Saban said. "He has really a diverse skill level for a big guy, he's a physical guy. He has really good running ability but he also has great receiving skills. He's actually played as much wide receiver as he has running back." Scarbrough is officially Alabama's eighth running back. "I don't care how many guys there are," he said. "It's all about competition."
Source: AL.com
Feb 9 - 3:17 PM