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Reports: Former Southeast Polk (Iowa) star offensive lineman leaving Alabama

Multiple outlets reporting the standout Crimson Tide tackle entering transfer portal
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Former Southeast Polk standout offensive tackle Kadyn Proctor is reportedly leaving the University of Alabama. 

Multiple outlets Wednesday reported Proctor is expected to enter the transfer portal. 

Proctor could join a host of Crimson Tide players who are leaving following the retirement last week of legendary Alabama head coach Nick Saban. 

Proctor, a 6-foot-7, 360-pounder, started all 14 games for the Crimson Tide, allowing 12 sacks and 36 pressures, per Pro Football Focus. He was voted to the All-SEC Freshman team by the coaches.

Proctor, a five-star recruit, was initially committed to his home-state University of Iowa but flipped to Alabama before Signing Day in December 2022.

Proctor was ranked the No. 1 offensive tackle prospect and the No. 5 overall recruit in the 2023 class, according to 247Sports. He held more than 50 Division I offers. Along with Iowa and Alabama, he also considered the University of Oregon.

At Southeast Polk, Proctor was a two-time all-stater and played basketball and competed in track and field. 

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--Nate Olson I @SBLiveIA