Imagine Nick Saban waiting for weeks after the February football signing date to sign not just a player, but an entire 25-man signing class. That is essentially the high-stakes waiting game Anthony Grant played this spring – and on Friday afternoon, it paid off.
“He's a good kid with a lot of potential,” McKey says. “I personally think Alabama is the best place for him. I think Coach (Anthony) Grant is going to get the most out of him, basketball-wise … and I think he's going to look after him.”
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The day after returning from Duluth, Ga. with it latest national championship, the back-to-back NCAA Gymnastics Champion Alabama Crimson Tide were visited by Crimson Tide basketball coach Anthony Grant, along with players Rodney Cooper and Levi Randolph.
Alabama has an unusual — and admirable — policy regarding post-season men's basketball awards. The Crimson Tide of Coach Anthony Grant does not present a most valuable player award, although a few individuals are recognized for their achievements. The premise is that basketball is a team game, not an individual competition.