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He signed with West Virginia.
"I feel like I can come in and take over up there," said Alford. "I know they really need me up there and I'm not sure Arizona did. I feel like I can make a name for myself at West Virginia."
Editor-In-Chief of Wildcat Sport Report and co-host of the Arizona football and basketball pre and postgame shows on 1490 and 104.9.
Never want to lose a 4-star, but two things played a huge factor aside from what Alford said himself. A) West Virginia also recruited him direct from high school and at that time (2010) WVU was in his top 2 and B) Coach Gibson heading to WVU was a his lead recruiter at Arizona.
I agree with Alford's quote in that Arizona doesn't really need another slot receiver the way Rich Rod is building his current roster. What will be interesting is what happens with his Georgia Military Academy teammates and UA verbal Brandon Golson (6-2, 215 OLB).
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