Monday, December 9, 2013

A.J. McCarron, C.J. Mosley, and Kevin Norwood to join University of Alabama's Walk of Fame.

C.J. Mosley

Denny Chimes is the site of the University of Alabama's answer to Hollywood's famous TCL Chinese Theatre. There, in front of the 115 ft. bell tower, the foot and hand prints of the captains of the Alabama football team have been preserved since the 1940's as part of it's Walk of Fame. Next spring, Crimson Tide starting quarterback A.J. McCarron will be likewise immortalized, along with linebacker C.J. Mosley and wide receiver Kevin Norwood.

The three were selected by their fellow teammates to be the permanent captains of the 2012 team to join the ranks of former Crimson Tide team captains on the Walk of Fame. Former Alabama players immortalized on the Walk of Fame include Joe Namath, Kenny Stabler, and Trent Richardson. Last year, Barrett Jones, Damion Square and Chance Warmack were the captains honored.

The McCarron, Mosley, and Norwood will join the Walk of Fame as part of the festivities surrounding the 2014 A-Day spring practice game.


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