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May 1, 2016
Alabama Recruiting
Nasirildeen, who is ranked as the No. 167 overall prospect in the 247Sports composite, has Alabama in his top five with Clemson, South Carolina, Florida and Florida State . . .
Birmingham News

The Crimson Tide already have a commitment from the nation's No. 1 running back, Najee Harris, and Alabama is in the thick of the race for the nation's No. 2 running back, Cam Akers, who was once committed to the Tide before backing off his pledge last month . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

LB Alston Orji is an impressive physical specimen who shows up in film and in the classroom . . .
College Football News

Devonta Smith's top options include Alabama, Baylor, Florida, Florida State, LSU, and others . . .
Bleacher Report

VanDarius Cowan opted for a change of scenery and made the call while relishing his time in Tuscaloosa for an unofficial visit . . .
College Football News

The Crimson Tide would like Darnell Ewell to play on their defensive line, but he can also play on the offensive side of the ball . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Aubrey Solomon decided to name the Crimson Tide his top team after visiting Tuscaloosa three weeks ago . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

T.J. Reeves showed over the weekend why the University of Alabama made him one of its underclassmen baseball commitments . . .
Huntsville Times

Alabama extended Monday offers to a pair of prospects in Pennsylvania, both of which are committed elsewhere -- four-star safety Paris Ford, a Pitt commit, and four-star offensive tackle Joshua Lugg, a Notre Dame commit . . .
CBS Sports

Alex Reese told Scout that he's built the best relationships with Avery Johnson and Bruce Pearl . . .
College Football News

USC, Alabama, Auburn, Texas A&M, and Ole Miss will likely be the five schools on QB Tua Tagovailoa's final list . . .
Sports Illustrated

OT Elliot Baker said. "It doesn't get much better than Alabama kind of just solidifies you as that guy. It's big-time for me. It was the offer I've been waiting on . . .
CBS Sports

Clemson, Florida, Alabama and LSU (in order) also made the cut for RB Justin Watkins . . .
College Football News

"That was a really fun visit. As soon as I stepped foot on the campus, all the coaches were there to greet me and show me around. It's a pretty special place, the facilities are incredible and seeing all the National Championship trophies . . .
Bama Magazine

"I like Alabama a lot, and that's going to be my next visit," Young said. "I'm excited to get down there and see Coach Saban and [linebackers coach Tosh] Lupoi. That's definitely something I look forward to . . .
Bleacher Report

The four-star wide receiver from Paul W. Bryant High School, was personally offered by Nick Saban on A-Day. He admits that the thought of committing at that very moment crossed his mind . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Texas now leads for Moses, who had Alabama as his leader from late December through earlier this month . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Avery Johnson visited top target John Petty . . .
CBS Sports

LB Kenney Britt confirmed the Auburn Tigers are his front-runner . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Mitch Myers was convinced that the University of Alabama was where he wanted to spend his college years pitching . . .
Opelika-Auburn News

With McFarland aiming to cut his list to 15 schools by the end of the summer. Asked if any schools have distinguished themselves, he named Alabama, Oklahoma, Miami, South Carolina and Maryland, his hometown school . . .
SB Nation

Mock Draft Roundup: All About 'Bama . . .
CBS Sports

Florida is very high on Timaje Porter's list with Alabama and LSU up there are well . . .
College Football News

Armour-Davis remains open to all schools at this time. He has visited Alabama, Auburn, and LSU so far . . .
College Football News


 


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