Former Alabama LB Ale Kaho backs off Utah pledge, commits to new Pac-12 program
Ale Kaho started his college career at Washington as a 2018 signee, but then transferred to Alabama before playing a game for the Huskies and spent 3 years with the Crimson Tide. In that time, he amassed 33 tackles and 3 blocked kicks, 1 of which he returned for a touchdown.
In February, though, Kaho decided to leave Alabama. And, after initially committing to Utah, he seems to have changed his mind.
On Monday, he tweeted that he was heading to UCLA instead:
That will be Kaho’s third Pac-12 program he’s played for or been committed to (Washington, Utah and UCLA).
In the 2018 recruiting class, Kaho was a 4-star inside linebacker. He was the No. 7 inside linebacker in the 2018 class and the No. 4 overall recruit from the state of Nevada, per the 247Sports composite rankings.