Alabama signee Johnny Dwight cleared to enroll this summer
By Stu McCann
TUSCALOOSA - AL — Johnny Dwight is ready to get started in the Alabama football program.The defensive tackle was a part of the Tide's 2014 signing class and has reportedly been granted a waiver from the NCAA that will allow him to enroll in school despite falling short on his graduation exam.BamaOnline.com was the first to report the story.Dwight plans to register for the second summer semester.He was rated as 4-star prospect by 247Sports out of Wilcox County High School in Rochelle, Ga. He is a 3-star on the 247Sports composite.Alabama is still waiting for two other recruits to be cleared to enroll in school - former Northridge High School running back Bo Scarbrough and offensive lineman Montel McBride (Plant City, Fla.)
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