Cornwell's journey leads to Bama 

June, 25, 2013
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There were no dreams of eventually committing to Alabama. No dreams of shaking hands with Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban to solidify that pledge.

On Oct. 27, 2012, Norman (Okla.) North quarterback David Cornwell was making his first visit to Tuscaloosa. He had no idea five visits and eight months later he would be an ESPN 300 quarterback pledging to play for Bama.

Alabama wasn’t even Cornwell’s first college of the day on that day. Cornwell started that Saturday in Arkansas to be put through the media ringer with Tom Lemming. With that completed, he hopped a flight to Alabama to watch the Tide dismantle Mississippi State.
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