Yale graduate transfer Jordan Bruner commits to Alabama 'with the goal of winning a national championship' on his mind
Alabama’s basketball program is trending up thanks to Nate Oats’ ability to recruit.
Following the offseason additions of four-star prospects Keon Ambrose-Hylton and Josh Primo, along with three-star recruits Keon Ellis (JUCO prospect) and Darius Miles, the Crimson Tide have now landed First-Team All-Ivy League forward Jordan Bruner as a graduate transfer.
Bruner picked Alabama over Baylor and Maryland.
Talk about an offseason roster overhaul.
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Last season, Bruner averaged 10.9 points and 9.2 rebounds per game with Yale. He has one season of college eligibility remaining.
“All three of my remaining schools were great situations, but due to God’s vision, I’ll be returning to college and joining Coach Oats at the University of Alabama with the goal of winning a national championship.”
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