Former Auburn wide receiver Dazalin Worsham highlights a group of four recent commitments for Trent Dilfer's UAB football program.

Worsham, a former Hewitt-Trussville standout, who spent the first two seasons of his college career, announced his decision on Tuesday. Other recent commitments came from defensive end/tight end Tyler Thomas of Cottage Hill High in Mobile, defensive lineman Miquon Merriweather of Carver-Columbus High in Georgia and offensive lineman Mason Chorak of Saguaro High in Arizona.

During his high school career at Hewitt-Trussville, the 6-foot-1, 177-pound Worsham had 215 catches for more than 2,400 yards with two touchdowns. He played in just one game in his two seasons at Miami and 11 games, with one start last season at Auburn. His lone college catch came for eight yards last season against Arkansas.  

In other recruiting news:

*Troy got a commitment from Iowa transfer safety Reggie Bracy. The 6-foot, 209-pound Bracy had 10 tackles and a pass deflection over 22 games in three seasons at Iowa.

Bracy is a former all-state player at St. Paul's Episcopal in Mobile. As a high school senior, he had 89 tackles, six tackles for loss, three sacks and seven pass breakups. His younger brother, Christopher Bracy, a senior at St. Paul's Episcopal, signed with UAB in December.

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