February 21, 2024
List of Alabama recruits who have decommitted since Nick Saban retired

(Photo: Mickey Welsh/Montgomery Advertiser)

Enterprise High School (Ala.)
6-foot-4, 220 pounds

Zion Grady, a four-to-five-star defensive lineman, announced he his decommittment from the Crimson Tide on Jan. 17. The 247Sports Composite has him listed as a five-star player and No. 23 overall in the class — and the No. 1 EDGE — while the graphic Grady posted alongside On3’s Hayes Fawcett states he’s a four-star player.

BREAKING: Four-Star EDGE Zion Grady tells me he has Decommitted from Alabama

The 6’4 230 EDGE from Troy, AL had been Committed to the Crimson Tide since November

Is ranked as a Top 40 Recruit in the ‘25 Classhttps://t.co/cdrwgoJLpF pic.twitter.com/hMl64EaCWY

— Hayes Fawcett (@Hayesfawcett3) January 17, 2024

Regardless of star difference, recruiting experts agree he’s an elite prospect, and it’s a yet another blow for Alabama in the midst of a very tough week. Grady, who transferred from Charles Henderson High School (Troy, Ala.) to Enterprise this month after recording 87 tackles, 24 TFLs, 11 sacks, 22 quarterback hurries and a pick-six, according to the Troy Messenger, is one of the best defensive players in the country.

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