One of the most popular new players for the Alabama Crimson Tide is incoming freshman cornerback Ga'Quincy "Kool-Aid" McKinstry. Today the former No.1 recruit in the state of Alabama announced he has signed an agreement with the popular beverage that shares his namesake.
With the departure of Patrick Surtain II, Alabama has a void to fill at cornerback. The Crimson Tide have a few guys in contention, but Jalyn Armour-Davis is getting the first crack at the vacant corner spot opposite of Josh Jobe.
In a battle of defense, Pinson Valley (12-2) walked away victorious. The Indians defeated Spanish Fort (11-4) 23-13 to win the 6A State Title. This third state championship continues an impressive run for Pinson Valley during the 2010s. The Indians also won the legendary “blue map” in 2017 and 2018, which means this is the team’s third title in four years.
The AHSAA has worked to create an environment that will mitigate the spread of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in an effort to ensure communities can enjoy the tradition of southern high school football safely.