Nick Saban reports that all but three 2014 football signees are in school
By Stu McCann
BIRMINGHAM - AL — The majority of Alabama's 2014 signing class has reported to campus.Nick Saban says 23 of the 26 signees are enrolled. TideSports.com reports that the three players Alabama is waiting on are running back Bo Scarbrough and defensive linemen Johnny Dwight and Montrel McBride."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 at his Nick's Kids charity golf tournament in Birmingham. "A couple of other guys have to clean up some academic issues. We'll see how those things go over the course of the summer."Saban also updated the injury status of cornerback Eddie Jackson (knee surgery), defensive lineman Darren Lake (pectoral) and receiver DeAndrew White (toe). Saban says Lake and White have been full participants in the team's summer conditioning program. He says Jackson has not bee cleared to do "football-related" activity but added that the staff is encouraged by his progress following his surgery in early April. Jackson had knee surgery in early April.
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