Alabama landed the nation's top junior college tight end prospect according to the 247Composite rankings in Ty Flournoy-Smith. The 6-foot-3, 230-pound TE played for Georgia back in 2012, but off-the-field problems led to his dismissal from the program. Per AL.com...
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Flournoy-Smith played at Georgia as a true freshman in 2012, appearing in 8 games for the Bulldogs before leaving school after multiple off-field incidents, including an arrest in February for filing a false report of a crime after cashing in text books he had reported as stolen, and later an incident involving the use of marijuana in a dorm room in May.

As a sophomore at Georgia Military College in 2013, Flournoy-Smith caught 6 passes for 134 yards and 5 touchdowns while serving as a key blocker for a rushing attack that compiled nearly 3,500 yards and 43 touchdowns.
Ty Flournoy-Smith sent this Tweet out on Monday:
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Flournoy-Smith ?@SeeMyAmbition80
#RollTide! pic.twitter.com/edwuq6HKgE
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Filed Under: SEC Recruiting
Originally published on SECRant.com

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A former Georgia player with off the field problems to bama?!? This is an outrage.
Reply45 months
You have to understand The Process.
Reply45 months
Another upstanding young man headed to Bama. Congrats, tiders.
Reply45 months
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