Update: May 5, 3 p.m.

Offensive lineman Dayne Shor has taken to Twitter to explain his decision to enter the transfer portal.

Shor cites a long-time battle with mental health issues throughout the course of his life. He details how football helped him battle through his struggles but did not take away the dark thoughts and mental pain he was experiencing.

Shor details how the University of Alabama football program helped him enroll in The Herren Project at the Herren Wellness facility in Massachusetts to receive treatment for his mental health battles.

The young offensive lineman concluded his explanation by thanking the Alabama football program but decided a fresh start in football and in life was his best path forward.


 

Alabama freshman offensive lineman Dayne Shor has entered the transfer portal, according to Matt Zenitz of On3 Sports. Shor enrolled at the University of Alabama in January  before opting to enter the transfer portal over the weekend.

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Shor was considered a 3-star prospect out of Denmark High School in Alpharetta, GA. He joined the Tide as the lowest rated offensive lineman in the 2022 class, 247Sports ranked him as the No. 33 offensive tackle prospect in the nation. 

He chose to join Alabama over offers from Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas A&M, Tennessee and many others. He now takes his chances with the transfer portal as he's in search of where he will play his freshman year.

The Crimson Tide is left with Tyler Booker and Elijah Pritchett as the lone two lineman in the 2022 recruiting class.

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