Quarterback Julian Sayin dedicated to Alabama on Wednesday.
Sayin, No. 34 general within the 2024 ESPN 300 and the second-best dual-threat quarterback within the junior class, attends Carlsbad (California) Excessive College.
“Alabama’s the usual for school soccer,” Sayin instructed ESPN. “They will coach you arduous. You are going to be disciplined there. And that is one thing I am searching for. And I wish to be in a system the place it is going to translate to the NFL. I am getting coached arduous and I need the very best half out of me.
“It is lots like what Bryce [Young] is doing. It is an NFL offense and they will make a whole lot of projection adjustments. You are going to be in management and that is one thing that I feel I thrive in. I wish to be part of that.”
He selected the Crimson Tide over Georgia and LSU.
Sayin turns into the fourth member of Alabama’s 2024 class, the second-highest member of the category (cornerback Jaylen Mbakwe, No. 4 general) and the primary quarterback of the category.
For 2023, coach Nick Saban has commitments from a pair of ESPN 300 quarterbacks, Eli Holstein (No. 22) and Dylan Lonergan (No. 26), in a single class for the primary time since 2019.
Sayin took an unofficial go to to Tuscaloosa on Oct. 22 for Alabama’s 30-6 victory over Mississippi State.
“I talked lots with Coach [Bill] O’Brien, Coach Saban there,” he mentioned. “It gave me a fantastic feeling, simply form of what they have been saying about how that is the place to come back play quarterback.”
In 10 video games for Carlsbad Excessive College, the 6-foot-2, 190-pound Sayin has accomplished 69% p.c of his passes, collected 2,436 whole yards with 25 whole touchdowns.
He has thrown for two,302 yards with 23 touchdowns and has been intercepted solely 3 times.
“I’d say I am a extremely correct quarterback,” he mentioned. “I’ve a whole lot of expertise with soccer. My brother [Aidan], he is the starter at Penn and I am simply studying lots from him. I began as a sophomore. Soccer IQ is fairly excessive and really correct. I could make performs on the run, too.”
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