Former Alabama TE, Elijah Brown, announces transfer to FAU

The most recent of 17 former Alabama football players to announce his transfer destination this offseason is tight-end, Elijah Brown, who announced via social media on Monday that he would be continuing his collegiate career with the Florida Atlantic OwlsBrown is the only one of the Alabama transfers to not land at another Power Five program, but he will be teaming up with former Texas head coach Tom Herman.

Brown only spent one year in Tuscaloosa after enrolling early in January of 2022. He has a massive frame at 6-foot-5, 250 pounds and will certainly find a role in the Owls’ offense. Coming out of high school, Brown was a four-star recruit and the No. 8 TE in his class. He will have four years of eligibility remaining after redshirting in 2022.

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Alabama has plenty of depth at the tight end position heading into 2023. Incoming top-100 recruit, Amari Niblack, is expected to see playing time from early on and Alabama also decided to add former Maryland TE, C.J. Dippre via the transfer portal.

Roll Tide Wire will continue to monitor Elijah Brown’s collegiate career.


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Former Alabama TE, Elijah Brown, announces transfer to FAU

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