Semaj Bridgeman adds major offer from Alabama

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Four-star linebacker Semaj Bridgeman just pulled down an offer from Alabama on Wednesday, bringing another big-time offer to the Pennsylvania linebacker.

Bridgeman, a multi-year starter at Imhotep Charter (Philadelphia), tweeted about the offer from the SEC powerhouse on Wednesday morning.

The linebacker has been considered a bit of a lean to Rutgers, having made multiple visits the past year and developing a good relationship with the Scarlet Knights.

The Alabama offer shouldn’t be a surprise given that Bridgeman holds a number of top offers.

There has been a flurry of SEC activity in the Mid-Atlantic area over the past few days. Class of 2025 offensive tackle Ja'elyne Matthews (Toms River North; Toms River, N.J.) got an offer from Georgia football on Monday. In addition, Georgia offered New Jersey defensive end Jordan Thomas (Don Bosco Prep; Oradell, N.J.) on Wednesday. Both Georgia offers came from secondary coach Fran Brown, a former assistant at Rutgers.

Bridgeman got an offer from Georgia in February.

According to Rivals, Bridgeman is the No. 11 linebacker in the nation and the seventh-best player in Pennsylvania.

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In addition to the aforementioned programs of Alabama, Georgia and Rutgers, Bridgeman also holds offers from the likes of Florida, Florida State, LSU, Michigan, Michigan State and Penn State among others.