Alabama football player Jalen Hurts, who started the College Football Playoff National Championship Game in two consecutive seasons for the Crimson Tide, is a new man.
Following this year’s championship, where he was replaced by Tua Tagovailoa at halftime, Hurts has decided to change up his look.
No more are the signature dreadlocks that hung out of the back of his helmet, after he decided to chop them all off. The haircut was brought to the public’s attention after Alabama running back Josh Jacobs seemed to indicate Hurts vowed to chop off his locks after winning a national title.
It looks like the haircut came as a promise between Jacobs and Hurts, though star defender Raekwon Davis didn’t seem to believe it was real.
But the proof was in the pudding.
So what does Jalen Hurts look like with his signature flow cut off? Of course, Jacobs was ready to share a video of the quarterback with his fresh cut.
My guy 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/WBakq07oNN
— Josh Jacobs (@iAM_JoshJacobs) January 21, 2018
Here is a look at the final product from the quarterback himself:
That’s going to take some getting used to, but Hurts is going to enjoy catching a fresh breeze on his neck once again once summer rolls around.