TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The University of Alabama men’s basketball team officially closed the 2013-14 campaign with its annual awards banquet Tuesday evening at Coleman Coliseum. UA student-athletes, managers and support staff were recognized and honored for their efforts on and off the court throughout the season.
The No. 15-ranked Alabama baseball team got a three-run third inning and held on to down the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks, 3-2, in a Tuesday night matchup at Sewell-Thomas Stadium. The Crimson Tide improves to 20-8 with the win, and the result drops the Warhawks to 11-18.
Defensive end Ulric Jones committed to Mississippi State out of Oxford High School (AL). The long, athletic edge protector ended up attending Butler Junior College last season. With a strong freshman campaign under his belt, Jones is now preparing for his final semester on the junior college level and once again the Bulldogs are a factor in his recruitment.
While most have pegged Long Beach Poly (Calif.) defensive back Iman Marshall as a virtual USC lock, the athlete said he’s still open to all schools and will take a couple of unofficial visits over his Spring Break.
When Mississippi State offered defensive end Kendell Jones in early February, many fans were eager to learn more about the Pinson, Alabama product. With three offers and a standout showing at the Nike Football Training Camp under his belt, Jones now has the opportunity to showcase his skills on a national level. The once unknown is headed to The Opening at Nike head quarters.
Jacksonville (Fla.) Fletcher High School head football coach Josh Corey sat down to talk with Scout.com about the recruitment of class of 2015 wide receiver prospect Kalif Jackson. The 6-foot-4 and 195-pound junior has over a half dozen scholarship offers and is hearing from a impressive list of college football programs.