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NCAAF: Ga. Tech all-purpose standout Jahmyr Gibbs commits to Alabama

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Former Georgia Tech running back Jahmyr Gibbs committed to Alabama on Tuesday.

Gibbs, who entered the transfer portal late last month, made his announcement on social media in a 20-second video collage.

As a sophomore this past season, the 5-11, 200-pound Gibbs carried the ball 143 times for 746 yards with four touchdowns, and he added 470 yards and two touchdowns on 36 receptions. With kick returns, he averaged 150.4 all-purpose yards — third most in the country — and was named to the all-ACC first team as an all-purpose player.

In his two seasons in Atlanta, Gibbs accounted for 1,979 yards from scrimmage and 13 touchdowns. The Georgia native was a four-star recruit and ranked No. 8 in the nation at his position in the Class of 2020.

–Field Level Media

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