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February 8, 2016
Alabama Recruiting
Askew, who holds offers from virtually every school in the SEC and many others from around the country, has been extremely active on Twitter and open that he has no favorites . . .
Huntsville Times

Alabama wanted at least three receivers, if not more. It only got two four-star Trevon Diggs and three-star T.J. Simmons . . .
Birmingham News

Ben Davis might not be on the field at the beginning of the Tide's 2016 opener against USC, but he should see time in that game and every other one this fall . . .
Bleacher Report

Malzahn is well into the process of building his 2017 recruiting class . . .
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Video: In case you were worried that Alabama is due for a fall, don't be; their 2016 recruiting class is straight up loaded with future stars . . .
Bleacher Report

The Rebels finished with the nation's No. 4 class, their second top-five haul in the past four years . . .

The Alabama 2017 class is led by five-star running back Najee Harris, considered to be the best high school football RB since Derrick Henry . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Ben Davis committed to the Crimson Tide on national signing day, following his father's footsteps to Tuscaloosa . . .
Bleacher Report

Class of 2017 four-star offensive lineman Netori Johnson decommitted from Alabama Friday . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Dylan Moses is being recruited as both an outside linebacker and a running back . . .
SB Nation

How does Alabama's top-rated class stack up position-by-position? . . .
Huntsville Times

News of Netori Johnson's decommitment from the Crimson Tide is a good sign for SEC rivals Auburn and Georgia, who are said to be among his new leaders . . .
Bleacher Report

While the 2016 season doesn't begin until Sept. 1, the first victor of the new year was announced this Wednesday. Again, Alabama was on top . . .
Forbes Magazine

Saban was pleased with the top-ranked class Alabama reeled in this season, giving it its sixth consecutive No. 1 recruiting class, but he admitted he wanted to add another player at a specific position on offense . . .
CBS Sports

Only three recruiting classes included three offensive tackles rated as four-stars or better in the 247 Sports composite the Tide's, Florida's State's and USC's . . .
Birmingham News

"Alabama was the first school that I felt like I wanted to be at when I woke up this morning," Ben Davis said . . .
Mobile Press-Register

On National Signing Day, the Tigers reeled in a recruiting class that was ranked No. 4 in a composite of the four major recruiting services . . .
USA Today

Saban has successfully convinced top recruits from as far away as California, Utah and New York to make the trek to Tuscaloosa to play for the Crimson Tide . . .
Huntsville Times

Nick Saban and the Tide can't stop winning. Less than a month after winning the national title, Alabama has the best recruiting class in America too . . .
Bama Magazine

We should have known that Alabama would not sit quietly on Signing Day . . .
Sports Illustrated

(Video) Not all of Alabama's signees were at their high schools for pep rally announcements Wednesday. Of the 25 recruits, eight were already on campus as early enrollees . . .
Birmingham News

What was already an excellent class added more top-of-the-line players on Signing Day with five-star linebackers Ben Davis and Mack Wilson, as well as four-star cornerback Shyheim Carter . . .
CBS Sports

No coach can continually recruit as well as Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban . . .
Bleacher Report

Alabama locked up the No. 1 ranking thanks to a flurry of signing day commitments, most notably a pair of in-state, five-star linebackers Ben Davis and Mack Wilson and four-star cornerback Shyheim Carter from Louisiana . . .
CBS Sports


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