Brady Ward is getting an up close look at this past season’s College Football Playoffs National Championship.
The St. Paul’s Episcopal (Mobile, AL) offensive lineman made a visit to Alabama on Saturday where the Crimson Tide offered a scholarship.
“It was great,” he said. “The meetings with coach [Kyle] Flood and coach [Nick] Saban were good because it gave me some insight to where they see me. The facilities were awesome but the resources like the training room and weight program are second to none.”
On Monday, Ward will follow up the recent Tuscaloosa trip with a visit to Clemson after making it to the ACC program this past September.
Next on the off-season agenda for the 2020 prospect will be getting back on campus at LSU, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Ole Miss and Alabama.
Ward saw the Tigers just after the new year, the Sooners and Razorbacks during February and the Rebels last month.
He holds offers from all four schools as well as Auburn, Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Memphis, Mississippi State, Missouri, North Carolina, Oregon, Rutgers, South Alabama, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Virginia and Virginia Tech.