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October 16, 2021
Alabama Recruiting
Alabama definitely has a shot at landing Fegans now that his recruitment is back open . . .
Sports Illustrated

4-star defensive lineman Khurtiss Perry listed Auburn, Alabama, UCF, Texas and Clemson as his final five . . .
Huntsville Times

The Crimson Tide is still in the hunt for many other top-ranked prospects . . .
Sports Illustrated

The Crimson Tide commitments include running back Emmanuel Henderson of Geneva County, linebacker Jeremiah Alexander of Thompson, linebacker Robert Woodyard of Williamson, and receiver Kobe Prentice of Calera . . .
Fox Sports

Rylan Griffen will choose between Alabama, Arizona State, Georgia, Cal, Auburn, Kansas, Oklahoma, Kansas State, NC State and Oklahoma State . . .
Sports Illustrated

The battle for the No. 1 class is developing into a competitive race. Alabama, which has notched three top-ranked classes over the past five cycles, is once again in serious contention, now sitting at No. 2 . . .
ESPN

One thing that hasn't changed is the No. 1 position still held by Thompson EDGE and Alabama commit Jeremiah Alexander . . .
Birmingham News

Dang does he look good. Fast, strong, long and lean. He will need to put on some weight and polish his blocking skills but he has great potential . . .
SB Nation

Alabama's 2022 class was ranked No. 4 in the nation by 247 Sports before Skinner's commitment and moved to No. 1 after the announcement . . .
Huntsville Times

"Alabama isn't the place for everybody. You got to come in and show that you are a dog . . .
Bama Online

"At Alabama, you are going to get pushed hard every day both on and off the field . . .
Bleacher Report

"They're on my list because they've got a real long history of putting players in the league," said Jaleel Skinner of Alabama. "They just get it done every year . . .
Bama Online

If Skinner does indeed pick the Crimson Tide, he will become the third member of the 2022 recruiting class that plays the tight end position . . .
Sports Illustrated

Dan Patrick reported that the Crimson Tide are the "frontrunners" for the Louisiana native Arch Manning . . .
Bleacher Report

The NCAA Division I Council has approved a one-year waiver to the annual signing limit for football recruiting classes, allowing schools to replace up to seven scholarship players who transferred . . .
Birmingham News

"It's just a machine," Arch Manning said. "Saban he runs a great program and there's really no loopholes in that, no cutting corners which was amazing . . .
Bama Online

Jaleel Skinner announced he would be making his commitment on Friday at 2:30 p.m. CDT on CBS Sports HQ . . .
USA Today

"The visit was great," said Jake Pope. "I loved the town on game day. The environment was really cool. It was cool to see all the people there . . .
Rivals.com

Five-star point guard Jaden Bradley committed to the Crimson Tide over Arizona, Gonzaga, Florida State, and Kentucky, among others . . .
Bama Online

The high school recruits who will be in Tuscaloosa this weekend are there for either the Alabama vs Ole Miss matchup, for time with basketball coach Nate Oats and staff, or both . . .
Sports Illustrated

"I do," Kelby Collins said when asked if he feels Alabama has prioritized him in its construction of next year's class . . .
Birmingham News

"I think one of the things that stands out is their NBA style of play," Nathan Bradley said of UA. "The drills they run in practice are conducive for the way they play the game . . .
Bama Online

Point guard Jaden Bradley, rated with five stars in 247 Sports' composite rankings, announced his commitment to the Tide on Thursday evening . . .
Huntsville Times

The Newbury Park High runner committed to the University of Alabama on Sunday, a week after going on a recruiting visit to Tuscaloosa . . .
Tuscaloosa News


 


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