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February 24, 2018
Alabama Recruiting
QB Gardner Minshew could visit Tuscaloosa as early as this weekend . . .
Chattanooga Times-Free Press

Alabama will host East Carolina grad transfer quarterback Gardner Minshew this weekend . . .
247Sports

Faatui Tuitele, is planning to take an unofficial visit to Alabama this spring . . .
Bama Online

Despite reporting "100 percent" solidity to the Crimson Tide, Pierce Quick has taken visits elsewhere . . .
247Sports

Siaki Ika had been committed to BYU since the summer of 2016, but recently took an unofficial visit to Alabama . . .
247Sports

Expect Alabama to sign more than two defensive linemen in the 2019 class . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Nolan Smith has taken several visits to Tuscaloosa throughout his recruitment and is a giant priority for Alabama defensive coordinator Tosh Lupoi; however, it's going to be tough for the Tide to flip Smith . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

At 6-foot-2, 192 pounds, Evans is rated the No. 11 pro-style quarterback and the No. 392 overall player in the country . . .
Bama Online

East Carolina senior quarterback Gardner Minshew is reportedly the target and is expected to visit Alabama soon . . .
Bama Online

"As far as getting on the field right away [at Alabama], it's going to be a grind," Minshew said . . .
SEC Country

(Podcast) Quick look ahead to the 2019 class in the state and which recruits will be the headliners of this group . . .
SEC Country

(Video) The Crimson Tide signed five additional players Wednesday, most notably five-star cornerback Patrick Surtain and four-star wide receiver Jaylen Waddle . . .
Mobile Press-Register

The mother of a four-star wide receiver clearly wasn't happy with her son picking Florida instead of Alabama . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Parker, a lifelong Alabama fan, chose the Tide in December over Auburn, Purdue, and UCF . . .
247Sports

Waddle is not the biggest wide receiver around. He's not overly elusive with jukes and spins either, but he's just plain fast with excellent straight-line speed . . .
SB Nation

That still correlates with recruiting well enough to win a national championship, which is the standard in Tuscaloosa . . .
CBS Sports

For the first time in 13 years, the Crimson Tide didn't sign a passer after taking a late run at a few off-the-radar prospects . . .
Birmingham News

"I think sometimes quality is misconstrued with quantity," Saban said ... "Every player that we've had here was told at some point in time in recruiting that they probably couldn't play here, they could play faster somewhere else . . .
247Sports

Surtain Jr. was Alabama's foremost signing day priority, one the Crimson Tide lured from conference rival LSU . . .
Montgomery Advertiser

To make his system go, he needs top-level talent on the back end, and on Wednesday he reeled in another player who qualifies as such. Patrick Surtain Jr., the nation's best cornerback, announced he would sign with Alabama . . .
Mobile Press-Register

The four-star Georgia linebacker [Walker], who had been committed to Alabama since June, announced Wednesday morning that he will instead sign with Georgia . . .
Huntsville Times

When you look up and down this Bulldogs class, it's full of recruiting battles that the second-year staff had to rally for to win . . .
247Sports

The bad news for Alabama is that it was unable to land the top in-state player on National Signing Day in four-star wide receiver Justyn Ross. Instead, Ross chose to go with Clemson . . .
CBS Sports

Oklahoma added athleticism and size to the interior of their future defensive line Wednesday when defensive tackle prospect Michael Thompson joined their 2018 recruiting class . . .
Bleacher Report


 


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