4-Star Safety Set To Make Commitment
National signing day is Wednesday, Feb. 3 and the Alabama Crimson Tide are in an all-out battle for safety Terrion Arnold.
Last week, Arnold announced via Twitter that he would be signing at 4 p.m. on signing day.
According to 24/7Sports, Arnold is the No. 25 overall rated player in the 2021 class.
Earlier this month he narrowed down his top three schools to Alabama, Georgia, and Florida, but it seems as if Georgia is now out of the mix.
Chad Simmons of Rivals.com has reported that Arnold has officially made his mind up and chosen which school he will enroll at come this fall.
Simmons spoke with Arnold and he had a lot to say.
"I recently made my decision, but it is going to stay to myself," said Arnold. "I am not telling any coaches from any of the schools where I am going. All will find out at the same time — on Signing Day".
Arnold also told Simmons that he thought very highly of Nick Saban.
"He is a great dude, a great coach, and he does the best job at getting the best out of his players. His track record speaks for itself. He keeps studs on the roster, his players have to compete every day, and if you fail to come to work every day, then you will be taken out. I like how coach Saban coaches, and it is as simple as that." said Arnold.
With a measurement of 6-foot-0 180 , Arnold is nearly identical to safety Malachi Moore who had a lot of success for Bama this past season.
Arnold would be the second four-star safety in this year's recruiting class, after the tide landed Kaine Williams out of Marrero, Louisiana.
At this point, it seems as if Alabama has a slight edge over Florida, despite the fact that Arnold attended John Paull II Catholic in Tallahassee.