Casey Poe is in constant contact with Alabama and is planning a return visit

Nick Saban and several members of the Alabama Football coaching staff stopped by Lindale High School in Texas earlier this week to check on Casey Poe.

Poe is a potential offensive lineman for 2024 offered by the Crimson Tide in November. He has a four star rating from multiple recruitment sites and is currently holding more than 15 D1 offers.

Alabama’s offensive line coach Eric Wolford has been in constant contact with Poe since November. Other Alabama employees have also spoken to Poe recently.

“It was great,” Poe told Touchdown Alabama. “We talk on the phone several times a week. Coach Saban stopped by the school the other day. I believe this is the second day someone has been on campus. I’m most likely to talk to coach Wolford. We write about different things several times a week.”

The Texas product said he respects Alabama’s football culture when he received an offer in November.

“Alabama has always been a school that my family and I followed, so this was a really big school,” Poe told Touchdown Alabama. β€œIt’s a very solid program and a widely respected coaching staff. The culture is very strong and the pillars it is built on are amazing examples of how a program should be run.”

At 6ft 5 and 280 pounds, Poe is a multi-athlete. He has experience playing tackle and guard. Wolford told Poe he felt he was one of the best offensive linemen in the 2024 recruit class in November.

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Poe plans to return to Alabama this spring to participate in spring practice. He wants to make a decision ahead of his senior season after completing several official visits over the summer.

“I’ll be making official visits this summer and trying to make a decision by the start of next season,” Poe said.

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Justin Smith is a scouting/recruiting analyst for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter, via @Jdsmith31Smith

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