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July 30, 2014
Alabama Recruiting
"That's what I notice in the position meetings when I visit Alabama. All those five stars start at the bottom and have to earn their way on the field . . .
Huntsville Times

The 6-foot-4, 329-pound McBride, a Plant City, Fla., native, has been sent a national letter of intent from Iowa Western Community College after he verbally committed to the school on Monday night . . .
Huntsville Times

He chose the Crimson Tide over LSU and North Carolina, the school he had been committed to since before his junior season . . .
Huntsville Times

Ingram had a great summer playing AAU basketball, but he was admittedly caught off-guard when Alabama coach Anthony Grant called to offer a scholarship . . .
Birmingham News

Of the 19 picks on the 247Sports Crystal Ball, 84 percent predict Harrison to Alabama . . .
Huntsville Times

Here is a complete list of the ESPN 300, and where Alabama commits fall in the rankings . . .
Birmingham News

Craig did verbally commit to Auburn while holding offers from powerhouse programs like Alabama, Florida State, Notre Dame, Ohio State and USC, among many others . . .
NBC Sports

It's a big recruiting week for the Crimson Tide, which opens fall practice at the end of the week . . .
Mobile Press-Register

10 Alabama recruits made the cut in ESPN's recently released Top 300 for the class of 2015 . . .
Huntsville Times

Robertson, the No.1 athlete and No.39 overall player in the 247sports Composite rankings, is still considering Auburn, Georgia, UCLA and others . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Jefferson is ranked as the No. 1 overall recruit in the state and No. 9 overall recruit in the nation. He holds a slew of offers from the likes of Alabama, Oklahoma and Texas A&M . . .
Dallas Morning News

Patterson is easily the top offensive lineman in Mississippi this year. The offensive guard is primarily considering Ole Miss, Auburn, Mississippi State and Alabama . . .
Birmingham News

Lockhart had narrowed his choices down to Texas A&M and Alabama, but chose the Aggies on Friday at his high school . . .
Huntsville Times

The football victory marked the South's only victory during the 2014 All-Star Sports Week . . .
Birmingham News

Safety Ronnie Harrison had a good day. He tweeted that he ran a 4.46, which is impressive for anyone, much less someone with a 6-foot-2, 205-pound frame . . .
Huntsville Times

"Alabama is a great program and they have great coaching. I like all the coaches there, and they have tons of great talents come in there every year," Simmons told Scout.com . . .
Huntsville Times

A warrant has been issued for the arrest of 5-star football recruit Darnell Saloman, who is suspected in a burglary . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Isaiah Prince, a 6-foot-7, 275-pound standout from Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Md., is taking a trip with his head coach Tom Green to Alabama . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Richmond is vital to Alabama's recruiting class because all four of Alabama's offensive line commits - Lester Cotton, Richie Petitbon, Dallas Warmack and Brandon Kennedy - project as inside guys . . .
Birmingham News

Alabama is the top school right now, but is it the school Demetris Robertson will sign with? . . .
Bama Magazine

I went to Alabama with the mind set to get an offer," Cager said. "I wanted to prove to them I am one of the best . . .
Tuscaloosa News

The NCAA on Monday approved a waiver to give him a non-football scholarship . . .
Birmingham News

Montrell Custis stated, "I'm fully committed to Alabama, I haven't taken any other visits . . .
Bama Magazine

The 6-foot-2, 310-pound Jones drew scholarship offers from Alabama, Auburn, LSU and USC, among other programs . . .
Sports Illustrated

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