Dee Liner: Does Alabama, Miami or LSU Have Best Chance to Flip Auburn 5-Star?
Dee Liner is committed to Auburn, but Alabama, LSU and Miami are all still viable options for the 5-star defensive end.
Kipp Adams of ESPN.com reports on the latest from Liner:
“I am committed to Auburn, but I am keeping my options open right now since they got the new coaching staff,” Liner said. “I am getting to know them better, but I have not made an official visit there and that will really factor in when I take that trip.”
Other than Auburn, Liner said that he is also considering Alabama, Miami and LSU, although he is unsure whether any other schools are in the mix at the moment.
“I will most likely take officials to those four schools, but I am not sure if I will take a fifth yet or who it would be to,” Liner said.
This has to be yet another discouraging update for Auburn fans. Liner has been committed to the Tigers since June, but his commitment has been wavering ever since Auburn fired now former head coach Gene Chizik and his assistant coaching staff.
While it is good news that Liner apparently wants to give the new staff a chance, one can't help but feel that Liner's commitment to Auburn is in jeopardy—especially with three great programs trying to flip him.
Where will Liner end up?
Both Miami and LSU have a lot to offer Liner, but it's Alabama that Auburn has to be worried about the most.
“Alabama is a winning team,” Liner said. “The coaching staff is amazing and they are great people to be around.”
Carvell (@RecruitingAJC) January 3, 2013
Liner obviously likes Alabama, and he has good reason to.
The Crimson Tide may offer him the best chance at a national championship out of all four schools on the board, and he could become yet another defensive star to go through their system.
He checks in at 6'2.5'', 277 pounds and runs a 4.86 40, according to 247Sports. Rivals.com ranks him as the No. 2 overall strong-side defensive end, only behind No. 1 overall recruit Robert Nkemdiche.
He would have the opportunity to be an elite defender for the Crimson Tide, and he could still stay in-state (Liner is from Muscle Shoals, Alabama), so overall, Alabama looks to be in a good position to get a flip.
For now, Liner is still committed to Auburn, but Alabama has the best chance to change that.
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