The first weekend of the January contact period produced almost overwhelmingly positive news for Alabama on the recruiting trail.
The Crimson Tide hosted several official visitors this past weekend, and this upcoming weekend is shaping up to be one of Alabama’s biggest recruiting events in recent history.
Catch up on what you may have missed.
Here are this weekend’s 16 biggest Alabama recruiting stories:
- The weekend didn’t start off so well with the news that Alabama’s longest tenured commit decided to flip to Mississippi State.
- But then in a bizarre turn of events, Davis told SEC Country that he had not flipped. He is still committed to Alabama.
- So where do we stand right now? It’s possible that Davis is committed to both Mississippi State and Alabama. It’s very messy.
- An LSU wide receiver commit made some interesting comments after taking an official visit to Alabama.
- The same can be said about a Florida commit. In fact, he thinks Alabama sees him as a bigger priority than his own school.
- A Big 12 commit sees himself as the kind of person it takes to be ‘an Alabama football player.’
- A Florida State commit, inspired by Alabama running backs, is extremely knowledgeable of Crimson Tide history, and that’s a good thing for Alabama.
- A five-star prospect says Alabama will definitely be one of his final schools.
- Nation’s No. 6 wide receiver says his official visit to Alabama was ‘great.’
- Could it be that Alabama is hoping to sign two quarterbacks in this year’s recruiting class?
- Former Oregon commit says Alabama’s chances of landing him improved after this weekend.
- Alabama CB Minkah Fitzpatrick’s message to this five-star recruit should make Crimson Tide fans very happy.
- Alabama legacy rearranges his visit schedule after meeting with Jeremy Pruitt.
- Nation’s No. 1 athlete switches up his top schools list after visiting this school.
- Elite linebacker has Alabama in his final five, along with one other SEC school.
- Four-star offensive lineman has an all-SEC final three, and Alabama made the cut.