Ragland, Randolph and Deaton Making Bob Jones Proud

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Huntsville, Ala. - (WHNT) Bob Jones High School is no stranger to athletic success. Some of the best athletes in the state walk those halls every morning, and several former Patriots are now walking campus at The University of Alabama. Reggie Ragland recorded first first career interception Saturday against Texas A&M. A few days later, Levi Randolph was voted unanimously as captain of the Crimson Tide men's basketball team.

As if that's not enough for one high school in Madison, former Patriot Phillip Deaton is also leading the swim team in Tuscaloosa. This trio of Alabama athletes, has been making the folks back home proud since the days they wore red, white, and blue.

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