Three-star all-purpose back Slade Bolden committed to Alabama. He announced his decision on a live stream courtesy of wmsportsreport.com.
The West Monroe, La. native chose Alabama over LSU, Arkansas, TCU and other FBS schools. He attended Alabama’s camp on July 16, and was offered by the Crimson Tide on May 4.
According to 247Sports Composite, Bolden is the No. 27 player from Louisiana and the No. 14 all-purpose back in his class.
Bolden comes in at 5-11 and 198 pounds. He could fit in at slot receiver for the Crimson Tide. He would join Xavier Williams and Xavian Marks in that role. Bolden would also added to depth at the position.
Jaylen Waddle and Justyn Ross are both potential wide receiver prospects that Alabama could also land.
Bolden is the eighth player to commit to Alabama. He is the first player from Louisiana to join the Crimson Tide in this class. He is the second three-star recruit, joining punter Skyler DeLong.