High School Football

What’s better than learning from Alabama football coach Nick Saban? Catching his eye

Squalicum junior Brian Pullman, right, shakes the hand of University of Alabama football coach Nick Saban, after Pullman earned a top linebacker award at Saban’s football camp earlier this summer.
Squalicum junior Brian Pullman, right, shakes the hand of University of Alabama football coach Nick Saban, after Pullman earned a top linebacker award at Saban’s football camp earlier this summer. Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Squalicum junior Brian Pullman received one of 20 awards handed out at the Nick Saban Football Camp earlier this summer in Alabama.

The five-day camp attracted more than 500 players from around the United States and internationally and gave high school and community college players a chance to learn from Alabama football coach Nick Saban and his staff.

Pullman earned All-Northwest Conference honorable mention recognition as a defensive end as a sophomore but is expected to move to linebacker and see time at running back this fall. Pullman was honored as a linebacker at the camp.

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