Alabama football had multiple targets visit Tuscaloosa over the last week and even offered scholarships to a couple of recruits. Here is the latest from the Alabama recruiting trail. All rankings and star ratings come from the 247Sports Composite:
–Julian Barnett, a class of 2019 wide receiver, announced on Twitter that he visited Tuscaloosa on March 21. Barnett does not have an offer from Alabama yet. He stands at 6-foot-1, 186 pounds and is from Belleville, Missouri.
Finna hit the sky soon pic.twitter.com/VuDmICN604
— Julian Barnett (@_OfficialJB1) March 20, 2017
–Devontae Dobbs, a class of 2019 offensive tackle, visited Tuscaloosa, according to his current head coach’s Twitter account. Dobbs picked up an offer from Alabama on Feb. 18. He is 6-foot-4, 270 pounds.
— CoachJermain Crowell (@JermainCrowell) March 21, 2017
–James Foster, a three-star recruit from Montgomery, posted on Twitter that he visited Tuscaloosa on Saturday and picked up a scholarship offer. Foster is a 6-foot-3, 210-pound quarterback who ranks as the No. 14 player in the state of Alabama. He is also the No. 17 dual-threat quarterback in the 2018 class.
Blessed & Grateful To Receive An Offer From The University Of Alabama 🔴⚪️🐘 pic.twitter.com/2UXcxzbv35
— James Foster II (@YungSimba4) March 25, 2017
-Outside linebacker Amari Gainer posted on his Twitter that he visited Alabama on Saturday. The four-star recruit from Tallahassee, Fla. is the No. 22 player at his position for this year’s class. Gainer has had an offer from Alabama since Feb. 27.
— Amari Ferrari 🏎💨 (@AmariGainer) March 25, 2017
-Class of 2019 Oklahoma commit Arjei Henderson picked up an offer from Alabama, according to his Twitter account. Henderson comes from Richmond, Texas and is a wide receiver.
— Hendi™ (@king_hendi) March 24, 2017
–Class of 2019 recruit Joseph Honeysucker visited Alabama on Saturday. Honeysucker currently only holds one offer (Tennessee) and is from Nashville, Tennessee. He is a 6-foot-2, 217-pound weak-side defensive end.
— Joseph Honeysucker (@joehoney_4) March 25, 2017
-During Alabama’s practice session on Saturday, four-star wide receiver Devonta Jason and his family were seen visiting Tuscaloosa. Jason, who is from New Orleans, La., committed to Kansas on Feb. 5. His commitment turned a lot of heads as him and one of his teammates, defensive back Corione Harris, both chose the Jayhawks on the same day. Jason is No. 97 player overall in the 2018 class.
–Cameron Latu, a weak-side defensive end, announced on Twitter that Alabama is among his top 10 schools. Latu ranks as the No. 9 player at his position and picked up an offer from Alabama on Jan. 28. He is from Salt Lake City, Utah.
-Four-star D’Andre Litaker visited Tuscaloosa on Saturday, according to his Twitter account. Litaker is a 6-foot-2, 302-pound defensive tackle from Murfreesboro, Tenn. and ranks as the No. 18 defensive tackle in this year’s class. Alabama offered him a scholarship way back on July 20, 2016.
Alabama today #rolltide🐘
— D'Andre Litaker (@dandrelitaker) March 25, 2017
–Joshua Moore, a four-star receiver from IMG Academy, posted on his Twitter that he will be committing on June 18. Moore currently holds an offer from Alabama and ranks as the No. 15 wide receiver in the 2018 class. He stands at 6 feet, 156 pounds.
— JoshuaMoore (@_TheJoshuaMoore) March 24, 2017
-In-state offensive tackle Pierce Quick posted on Twitter that he visited Tuscaloosa. Quick currently attends Hewitt-Trussville High School in Birmingham and is 6-foot-5, 285 pounds. Quick picked up an offer from Alabama on Feb. 25. He is a part of the 2019 recruiting class.
Incredible time a Bama!! #RTR 🐘
— Pierce Quick (@PierceQuick) March 22, 2017
-Four-star center Tyrone Sampson Jr. posted on Twitter that he visited Tuscaloosa. Sampson Jr. is 6-foot-3, 295 pounds and is the No. 2 center in the 2018 class. Sampson Jr. currently does not have an offer from Alabama.
— T. Sampson#⃣5⃣1⃣ (@TSamp_51) March 21, 2017
-Class of 2019 defensive end Hunter Spears posted on his Twitter account that he has recieved an offer from Alabama. The Crimson Tide is just the second team to offer Spears a scholarship (Texas Tech offered him on Dec. 5). The Sachse, Texas native stands at 6-foot-4, 267 pounds.
— Hunter Spears (@Thehunterspears) March 23, 2017