Update April 15: Dalvin Tomlinson, who signed with the Tide in February, attended Saturday’s A-Day Game. The crutches and knee brace appeared to confirm the injury reported a few weeks ago.
Original post: Credit The Henry Daily Herald for breaking this one.
The news isn’t exactly positive for one of Alabama’s last-minute Class of 2012 recruiting scores.
Defensive lineman Dalvin Tomlinson suffered a “significant” knee injury while playing soccer, the Henry Daily Herald reports.
This wasn’t a recreational or pickup soccer game. The 6-2, 266-pound lineman plays on the Henry County High School soccer team.
(Click here to read the full, but brief story with a quote from the injured prospect)
Tomlinson was one of the two defensive linemen (along with Korren Kirven) who signed with the Tide without making a public commitment beforehand. He was a consensus 4-star prospect rated among the top 45 defensive linemen by the major recruiting services.
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