Canadian OT visits Tide, Vandy 

August, 21, 2012
Alabama has proved that it will search far and wide to find the best talent, and the Crimson Tide went all the way up to Canada to find its latest offensive line prospect, David Knevel. The 6-foot-8, 274-pound senior tackle visited Tuscaloosa on Saturday with his father, Mark Miller.

“I think our experience was better than we expected,” Miller said. “We loved the campus. They have great football facilities, a large coaching staff. They take care of their student athletes there on the academic side, plus you have to work hard to be the best you can, to be champions.”

Even though he lives in Ontario, Miller has followed the Tide over the years, and both he and Knevel were excited to see the facilities firsthand.

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