North Carolina wide receiver commit Korey Banks reported an offer from Alabama on Sunday night, but the recent news does not have him rethinking his decision at the moment.
Banks, a 3-star prospect from Sandy Creek High School (Tyrone, Ga.), told SEC Country that he didn’t flinch about his standing with the Tar Heels.
“I’m still 100 percent committed to North Carolina,” Banks said. “That’s still the school I am going to. That’s all I can say right now.”
The 6-foot, 170-pounder said Crimson Tide defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt reached out to his father to extend the offer. It was a simple message.
“All (Pruitt) said was we want to offer,” Banks said.
As of 8 p.m. Sunday, Banks said he has not spoken with Alabama wide receivers coach Billy Napier yet, but plans to do so late Sunday night. He has a few questions in mind for that conversation.
“I want to ask him about some of my favorite receivers like Calvin Ridley and Robert Foster, those type of guys,” he said.
Banks has not decided on whether or not he will take an official visit to Alabama, but he does have one scheduled to North Carolina on Jan. 15. That’s the only visit he has set up so far.
The speedy receiver committed to North Carolina this past July over Michigan and Wisconsin. He is rated as the No. 76 overall prospect in the state of Georgia.