College football coaches at any major university will do pretty much anything it takes to land a top-tier recruit. From bombarding their homes with hundreds of letters, to having recruits visit for a day of starf*cking, coaches will stop at nothing until these kids commit in ink.
At Alabama, where the championships speak for themselves, it appears that the coaches are looking to take their program to the next level. What could the university that has nothing left to prove possibly do to sway high school recruits any further? Well, how about installing some waterfalls in the locker rooms? No, seriously.
2014 quarterback recruit David Cornwell tweeted about the new additions to the Alabama locker rooms after he paid the school a visit. Cornwell saw and heard about the plans, and he was absolutely blown away, just as any other high school senior would be.
That waterfall in Bama’s locker room is about to be legit! C’mon who has a waterfall.. No one!
— DC5 (@DavidCornwell5) June 17, 2013
How much can we actually trust a 17-year-old kid when it comes to news like this? Well, a Tuscaloosa News reporter, Cecil Hurt, confirmed the rumors immediately following Cornwell’s tweet.
That’s right. A waterfall. RT @DavidCornwell5: That waterfall in Bama’s locker room is about to be legit! C’mon who has a waterfall. No one!
— Cecil Hurt (@CecilHurt) June 17, 2013
Now that’s luxury. This is exactly what happens when you’ve won the BCS National Title in the past three out of four years. Imagine a waterfall in the locker room. That has to put you at peace after practice, halftime during games or just when you’re getting taped up. This could very well be the competitive edge the Crimson Tide needs to make next year a three-peat.
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