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The Alabama Crimson Tide football team experiences its initial departure of a scholarship player during the spring transfer period on Tuesday. Khurtiss Perry, a redshirt sophomore, has chosen to enter the transfer portal, as reported by Matt Zenitz of 247Sports.

Perry, a highly regarded recruit from Pike Road High School in the class of 2022, stood at 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighed 265 pounds. He was ranked as the third-best player in the state, the 11th-best defensive lineman, and the 65th overall prospect in his class according to the 247Sports Composite.

Despite his potential, Perry’s on-field appearances for Alabama were limited, with just one game played in the 2023 season opener against the MTSU Blue Raiders. During this spring, Perry experimented with a new position, Bandit, under the guidance of the Crimson Tide’s new coaching staff. However, he has opted to explore opportunities elsewhere for the remainder of his three years of eligibility.

With Perry’s departure, the Crimson Tide’s roster now features 14 scholarship defensive linemen, with seven more days remaining in the spring transfer portal window.

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