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December 6, 2016
Alabama Recruiting
That's where he will play at Alabama . . .
Birmingham News

A general top three of Georgia, Alabama and Michigan (in no order) could still be accurate, or he could be back to square one with these five schools . . .
Birmingham News

Browning's decision comes down to the school he had better relationships with. Ohio State was heavily involved in his recruitment for a much longer period of time than Alabama . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

"I committed to Alabama. I gave them my word. That's that," Tagovailoa told USA Today. "I talked to my parents about this LSU offer, and they have their quarterback committed already (Lowell Narcisse) . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Alabama's recruiting territory knows no bounds . . .
SB Nation

The 6-foot-5, 234-pound Allen comes from LSU country and picked the Crimson Tide over LSU and a host of other high-major offers just one day after Ed Orgeron was announced as LSU's head coach going forward . . .
Huntsville Times

While that may have had an impact on LSU's chances of landing the nation's No. 7 outside linebacker, Allen told SEC Country last month that out of all the coaches he talked to in his recruitment, the coach he's closest to is Alabama outside linebackers coach Tosh Lupoi . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

"They win," Allen said at the time. "They've won the national championship and they are sending guys to the NFL in the first round. That's where I would like to be . . .
Huntsville Times

A handful of Alabama commits and targets weighed in with how they thought the Iron Bowl would turnout on Saturday . . .
CBS Sports

5-star linebacker Dylan Moses traveled back home to Baton Rouge, where he took in an LSU practice on Tuesday. This is now the second time he's been on LSU's campus since his commitment to Alabama . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

It's the Iron Bowl, so it means a monster recruiting weekend for Alabama since the game is in Tuscaloosa . . .
Birmingham News

Tagovailoa was 16 of 25 passing for 243 yards including one touchdown and one interception . . .
247Sports

Tagovailoa, the nation's No. 33 overall prospect and an Alabama commit since May, quarterbacked Saint Louis of Honolulu to a 30-14 win over Kahuku in the first Open Division Hawaii state championship at Aloha Stadium . . .
Huntsville Times

Look at the remaining Alabama commitments in playoff action this weekend . . .
247Sports

Alabama, despite having three top-flight linebackers already committed in the class, would love to add 5-star linebacker Baron Browning . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Longtime basketball standout Jalen Wayne is now making a run at playing college football . . .
College Football News

Alabama 5-star quarterback commit Tua Tagovailoa only needs 87 yards to break Chang's record in his final game before college . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

"Levi left a huge legacy at Alabama," Kendall said. "Being able to follow in in his footsteps and take the Randolph name to the football field is just a blessing . . .
USA Today

Lots of people will wonder why he committed to Alabama when 5-star prospect Tua Tagovailoa is committed, but Jones isn't worried about that. He's willing to compete . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Make no mistake about it, Tagovailoa didn't commit to Alabama just to sit behind Hurts until he either leaves for the NFL draft or graduates. He's going to Tuscaloosa in 2017 to take his job . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Alabama picked up one of the best players in the country and bolstered an already stocked line in this 2017 Alabama recruiting class . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Saban, Lane Kiffin and outside linebackers coach Tosh Lupoi will travel to Honolulu that day for an in-home visit, and then shortly after that, Tagovailoa and his family will fly separately back to Alabama . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Alabama is also getting the state of Kentucky's top prospect for the second time in three years . . .
Huntsville Times

Wills has admitted the Crimson Tide coaching staff has stayed in consistent contact and mentioned 'a good feel' for the program following his 2016 season debut . . .
Bama Magazine


 


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