We knew that Alabama vs. Texas A&M would deliver some hard hits, but what you’ll see is another level of destruction.
Crimson Tide freshman linebacker Mack Wilson absolutely drilled Aggies kick returner Speedy Noil near the end of the first quarter of Saturday’s contest.
Wilson’s hit was delivered helmet-to-helmet, but since Noil wasn’t considered a defenseless player, Wilson wasn’t called for targeting.
Seriously, this is the hardest hit in a college football game we’ve seen in quite some time.
— Full Court Prez (@fullcourtprez) October 22, 2016
Because it's Alabama somehow this isn't targeting… ? pic.twitter.com/EwNWqrgHhI
— Buckeye Videos+ (@BuckeyeVideos) October 22, 2016
Wilson, a 6-foot-2, 235-pound stud, is a former four-star recruit from Montgomery, Alabama. He appears to be fitting in with the Crimson Tide just fine.
Noil was obviously shaken up and was briefly looked at by Texas A&M’s staff. He later left the field to be further evaluated.
Alabama currently leads 6-0 at the end of the first quarter.