Alabama junior special teamer Ty Perine has withdrawn his name from the transfer portal and will return to the Crimson Tide according to On3 Sports.

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Perine submitted his name into the transfer portal on January 25 but now will return to The Capstone.

The Prattville High School alum has only appeared in 6 games in 2019 as a freshman. He booted 13 punts as a freshman, averaging 44.7 yards per punt. He had two punts downed inside the 20 yard line and bombed three of his punts over 50 yards.

The 6-foot-1 punter earned adulation from the Alabama fans during his appearance against the Tennessee Vols when he launched a punt 51 yards and subsequently covered his own kick, recording his only tackle in his Alabama career.

BamaCentral's Tony Tsoukalas reports that while Perine is returning to The Capstone, fans should not expect to see him on the field. Perine is retiring from football and will focus on his academics.

The Crimson Tide will enter the 2022 season with James Burnip and Jack Martin as the likely punters. Burnip boomed 48 punts in 2021 averaging 39.1 yards per punt.

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