QB Gardner Minshew is expected to visit Tuscaloosa after leaving East Carolina last month, according to reports.
Minshew, a Mississippi native, was slated to be East Carolina's No. 1 quarterback going into the spring before the university announced Jan. 30 that he left school to handle a personal matter in his home state. The Pirates finished 3-9 in 2017.
Last season as a junior, Minshew passed for 2,140 yards and 16 touchdowns with seven interceptions in 10 games while completing 174 of 304 passes (57.2 percent), including five starts. He finished the season strong with 1,486 yards and 10 touchdowns in the final four games.
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