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August 22, 2017
Alabama Recruiting
Alabama is expected to have a small class this year. The slow start is more about waiting for top targets to decide instead of taking guys who are ready to commit to Alabama . . .

Asa Martin is set to commit Thursday, choosing between Alabama, Auburn, Florida and Clemson . . .

Alabama, Florida State, LSU, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon and Texas are the other eight schools on Marcel Brooks' early list . . .
Harrisburg (Pa.) Patriot-News

Is there anything Auburn, Georgia or Oregon can do to overtake Alabama for the top spot? . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Tanner McKee is expected to sign later in the 2018 cycle, after he takes official visits to five schools. Those will be BYU, Texas, Alabama, Washington, and Stanford . . .
SB Nation

With the dead period nearing an end, recruiting is getting set to heat back up coinciding with the start of the 2017-18 college football season . . .

Kearis Jackson is down to Alabama and Georgia . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Here's to guessing the December signing period hurts Bama a little . . .

Now that he's a recruit again, Saivion Smith said he's only aware of two offers thus far: Alabama and South Carolina . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Eyabi Anoma has played just one year of high school football, but that hasn't stopped schools such as Alabama, Michigan and Ohio State from offering him a scholarship . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Camp performances in June (USC) and July (Alabama), landed Jeremiah Martin offers from the Trojans and Tide . . .
College Football News

Saban said the team can only sign 22 Class of 2018 recruits because of the delayed enrollment in the 2017 class of tackle Hunter Brannon, kicker Joseph Bulovas and defensive end Jarez Parks . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Crimson Tide has welcomed three new additions this month thus far, with at least two more top targets planning to decisions in the next two weeks . . .

"Nothing changed between me and Alabama and they're coming at me about the same," Carvin said . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Nadab Joseph got a little bit easier on Thursday, as the Hialeah (Fla.) Champagnat Catholic product decommitted from LSU . . .

Podcast: Take a look at Alabama's recent pledges - WR Slade Bolden, DL Cameron Latu and OL Jarrett Bell . . .
Huntsville Times

Sewell and his entire family visited Oregon last weekend, and there's some buzz with the Ducks because of Mario Cristobal, a former Alabama assistant coach who is now Oregon's offensive coordinator . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Alabama landed its third commitment in the last five days on Monday when Norco, Calif., offensive lineman Jarrett Bell pledged to the Crimson Tide . . .
Birmingham News

The 6-foot-5, 236-pound Latu shines as a pass rusher where the hard-hitter registered 65 tackles and nine sacks, but also at tight end where he runs well, has soft hands and stretches the field . . .

A DE/OLB hybrid, Latu said that the plan is for him to play outside linebacker for the Crimson Tide . . .
Salt Lake City Deseret News

Bolden said. "Making the trip there (Tuscaloosa) was beyond awesome. It was a great experience. I didn't know how great it was going to be. It blew me away . . .

Bolden was offered by Alabama as an athlete . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Alabama offered Bolden, who will enroll early in school, as an athlete, but he'll likely end up playing slot receiver . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Slade Bolden announced his decision to commit to Alabama over TCU on Thursday evening . . .
Mobile Press-Register


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