Former Washington QB Austin Mack has announced his commitment to Alabama.

The 6-6 230 pound signal caller has four years of eligibility remaining.

Mack reclassed to 2023 from 2024 in February 2023

The former Washington commit was a composite four-star out of Folsom, Calif.

Mack is the first transfer to commit to the Tide since Saban's retirement. Mack follows former Washington head coach Kalen DeBoer to Tuscaloosa.

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Mack will arrive in Tuscaloosa to an already stacked quarterback room, consisting of Jalen Milroe, five-star Julian Sayin, Ty Simpson, and Dylan Lonergan.

In his first year as a high school starter in 2022, Mack threw for 3,498 yards and 40 touchdowns for Folsom High School. That year he led Folsom to a 12-2 record and a Sec Joaquin Section D1 Championship in California.

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