Alabama has excellent chance to sign at least 2 5-star offensive linemen in 2019 class
Alabama finished seventh in the recruiting rankings in the 2018 class, but expect the Crimson Tide to be back on top come 2019. SEC Country’s Chris Kirschner will answer the Recruiting Question of the Day each weekday. You can ask him your questions on Twitter or on Facebook. Find our previous questions and answers here.
What can you tell us about this Oline class. Who are the Top Targets and do you feel will actually commit?
— Rock & Rolltide (@Rocknot4every1) April 9, 2018
Alabama likely will sign four or five offensive linemen in the 2019 class. The Crimson Tide already have one 5-star tackle committed in Pierce Quick. Quick has shut down his recruitment and is actively recruiting for the Tide.
One of the main targets Quick is going after is 5-star center Clay Webb, who is the state of Alabama’s No. 1 prospect. Webb recently told SEC Country that he will make a commitment in December, but I just don’t see his recruitment lasting that long. Webb is very good friends with Quick and recent Alabama quarterback commit Paul Tyson. They are going to keep recruiting Webb until he makes his decision.
Another main target for the Tide is 5-star tackle Darnell Wright, who is from West Virginia. Wright has visited Tuscaloosa and is expected to be on campus next weekend for A-Day. Alabama is in good shape with him.
Four-star tackle Amari Kight from Thompson High School (Alabaster, Ala.) is a major target. Kight has visited Tuscaloosa numerous times and was back on campus Wednesday with teammate Taulia Tagovailoa. I expect both of them to be in Alabama’s 2019 class.
Kamaar Bell, an unrated guard from Colquitt County (Moultrie, Ga.), picked up an offer from Nick Saban last weekend. We’re writing about Bell later Thursday. It sounds like he wants to choose the Tide.
If I were to predict who Alabama is going to sign on the offensive line, I would say Quick, Webb, Wright, Kight and Bell.
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