Former Alabama OL Visiting OU This Weekend

Marvin Gentry-US PRESSWIRE

According to Jeremy Fowler of CBSSports, Chad Lindsay 6'2" 300lbs. will be visiting OU this weekend for the Spring Game.


Lindsay played his high school ball at The Woodlands High School in The Woodlands, TX. He was originally recruited by the Sooners but signed his LOI with the Crimson Tide as a part of the class of 2010. Lindsay had offers from LSU, FSU, UGA, Nebraska, Texas A&M, and Tennessee to go along with the Sooners and the Crimson Tide.

Lindsay enjoyed some success as a member of the Alabama team (starting 4 games last season and played in 10). He has graduated from Alabama and would be eligible to play immediately. He has also recently visited MIchigan and Louisville.

Many might give Michigan the edge because his former Bama offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier is now the offensive coordinator for the Wolverines.

My take on this is that he would be a welcome addition to the team. With the graduation of Ikard and the back issues with Adam Shead the Sooners could easily use a player like Lindsay to help anchor the line for the 2014 season.

Here is a link to his profile as a recruit in the class of 2010. Chad Lindsay

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