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Kendell Beckwith, four-star outside linebacker from Clinton-East Feliciana, La., traveled to Tuscaloosa for an unofficial visit with the Crimson Tide. Beckwith recently named favorites with two powerhouse programs. He talked about the return trip to …
Gerald Sterling, tight end from Aliceville, Ala., is starting to emerge as a college prospect. He visited an SEC school on Wednesday to observe practice and talk with coaches. Sterling talked about his recruitment and recent unofficial visit.
Jonathan Allen, four-star defensive end from Ashburn-Stone Bridge, Va., has scholarship offers from across the country. The 2011 season highlights are featured.
Marlon Humphrey is an early strong candidate for the National 100 and will receive heavy consideration for the top defensive back prospect in the Southeast. Humphrey made his mark as a sophomore for the Class 6A powerhouse Hoover Bucs and was a standou…
The University of Alabama is hosting high school prospects during their spring practices while in preparation for the annual A-Day Game which is April 14.
The University of Alabama has been busy hosting visitors on campus and offering scholarships to elite prospects. The latest news and notes..
The University of Alabama is hoping to sign several defensive linemen in this year’s recruiting class. The highly-ranked prospects have the Tide included on their list.
Alvin Kamara, four-star running back from Norcross, Ga., landed more than 100 letters in a single day from the University of Alabama. He is spending the week in Tuscaloosa and recaps the first day visiting the 2011 BCS National Champions.
Nick Glass, cornerback from Atlanta-St. Pius X, Ga., was one of the top prospects in Tuscaloosa this past weekend. The class of 2014 member has close to 20 scholarship offers with Alabama high on his list. He talked in-depth about the first-ever trip…
The University of Alabama has been successful in signing five-star prospects since Nick Saban’s arrival in Tuscaloosa. The Tide coaching staff continues to recruit the nation’s best players in hopes of continued success on the field.
Marcus Ward, safety from Vestavia, Ala., took a two-day trip this past weekend to Duke. The Blue Devils are showing a lot of interest. Ward talked in-depth about the unofficial trip to Durham.
Tyler Hayes is one of the most versatile players signed by Alabama in the class of 2012. The four-star linebacker will start his career at a different position in which he requested the move.
Rashawn Smith, outside linebacker from Florence, Ala., has a couple of SEC scholarship offers. He was invited this past weekend to attend a spring scrimmage for the defending national champions. Smith talked about the unofficial trip.
The University of Alabama has much success in signing the top players in the country at the safety position. Mark Barron, First Team All-America for the Tide, participated in Pro Day in Tuscaloosa. He leaves the Capstone with two national championship…