Alabama football had multiple targets visit Tuscaloosa over the last week and even offered scholarships to some that visited. Here is the latest from the Alabama recruiting trail. All rankings and star ratings come from the 247Sports Composite:
-Quinn Carroll, a class of 2019 offensive tackle, posted on Twitter that he visited Alabama and received an offer. Carroll is 6-foot-6, 280 pounds and is from Minneapolis, Minnesota. He currently holds an offer from Alabama,
In a recent interview with Andrew Bone of Rivals.com, he said, “I will for sure be back down there. It’s hard to list everything, but I love the coaches. They are obviously a phenomenal program with ridiculous talent on the roster and in the coaching staff.”
Extremely blessed to receive an offer from Coach Saban at the University of Alabama!!! Thank you @CoachBrentKey @NiedermeyerB #RollTide 🐘 pic.twitter.com/Mn9BWa3s2B
— QUINN CARROLL (@q_ocarroll) March 31, 2017
-Class of 2020 safety Lejond Cavazos posted on Twitter that he received an offer from Alabama. He is from Cibolo, Texas and stands at 6-feet, 185 pounds. He also has offers from Auburn, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Ole Miss and Tennessee.
Blessed to receive an offer from The University Of Alabama #RollTide 🐘❤️ pic.twitter.com/9B0pxZy1U6
— Lejond Cavazos (@lejondaryy) March 26, 2017
-TK Chimedza, a 4-star DT from IMG Academy, was watching practice and had some family there. Chimedza is a 6-foot-1, 296-pound recruit who ranks as the No. 16 defensive tackle in this year’s class. He does not hold an offer from Alabama at this time.
-Class of 2019 running back Quavaris Couch posted on Twitter that Alabama has offered him a scholarship. The Charlotte, N.C. native stands at 6-foot-2, 224 pounds. Currently, he holds offers from Clemson, Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee as well.
Blessed to receive an offer from the university of Alabama faith in god anything is possible 🙏🏽#hardworkworks #starvingforaplate pic.twitter.com/uZM5vn4UtM
— Quavaris Crouch (@CrouchQuavaris) April 2, 2017
-Alabama commit Jordan Davis announced on Twitter that he was invited to the Armour All-American game. Davis is a three-star, weak-side defensive end from Memphis, Tennessee. He is he No. 19 player at his position and committed to Alabama on Dec. 10, 2016.
Bless to announce that I've receive an invite to the @AllAmericaGame game & will be playing in the 2018 Under Amour game… pic.twitter.com/cGABUSpmM2
— Jordan Davis‼️ (@jlpdavis99) April 2, 2017
-Amari Gainer, a four-star outside linebacker, announced on Twitter that Alabama is in his top six schools. Gainer is ranked as the No. 22 outside linebacker in this year’s class and is from Tallahassee, Florida. Gainer received an offer from Alabama on Feb. 27, and visited the Crimson Tide on March 25.
Top 6 pic.twitter.com/Qb5Ivqi2OJ
— Amari Ferrari 🏎💨 (@AmariGainer) April 2, 2017
-Dakereon Joyner, a four-star quarterback, posted on Twitter that Alabama is in his top five schools. Joyners received an offer from Alabama back on March 8, and ranks as the No. 9 dual-threat in this year’s class. He is 6-foot-2, 200 pounds and is from North Charleston, South Carolina.
Official ✍🏾 #BLESSUP 🙏🏾 edit by: @ontopvisuals 💯 pic.twitter.com/JfAaI1SiWT
— Kereon Joyner (@Cant_StopCinco) April 1, 2017
-Allen Love, a DT from Huffman High School in Birmingham, was spotted at practice on Thursday. Love is a 6-foot-2, 270-pound recruit. He currently does not have an offer from Alabama.
-Cal commit Adrian Martinez, a four-star quarterback, announced on his Twitter account that Alabama has offered him a scholarship. Martinez is ranked as the No. 12 dual-threat quarterback in this year’s class. He comes from Fresno, Cali. and stands st 6-foot-2, 198 pounds. He has been committed to Cal since Nov. 11, 2016.
Truly honored to have been offered a scholarship to play for The University of Alabama!! #RTR18🐘 pic.twitter.com/OCKx2munIC
— Adrian Martinez (@MartinezTheQB) March 30, 2017
-Coynis Miller, a four-star DT from Jackson-Olin High School in Birmingham, was seen watching practice on Thursday as well. Miller is 6-foot-1, 300 pounds and holds an offer from Alabama. He is the No. 24 defensive tackle in this year’s class.
-Class of 2019 in-state offensive lineman Pierce Quick visited Alabama once again, according to Andrew Bone of Rivals.com. Quick, a Trussville native, has visited Tuscaloosa multiple times, including another visit as recently as March 21. He stands at 6-foot-5, 285 pounds.
Quick recently recapped his visit with Bone by telling him, “It’s awesome every time I go. Everyone knows who I am. It’s incredible for every coach to know who I am and for me to have some sort of relationship with them. A lot of the offensive linemen are starting to learn who I am, and I am starting to talk to them a lot more too.”
-Class of 2020 linebacker Kevin Swint visited Alabama on Thursday. Swint is from Carrollton, Georgia and is 6-foot-3, 200 pounds.
Swint recently told Andrew Bone of Rivals.com, “I saw how they practice and go through things. I visited the indoor facility and locker room. I really saw everything. It was great. I like how everything is in one spot. The weight room is the biggest one I have seen in my entire life.”
Blessed to receive an offer from THE University of Alabama, thanking the man above ☝🏾@Carrollton_High @ChadSimmons_ @AlabamaFTBL @247Sports pic.twitter.com/kduwtRseKU
— KevinSwint (@kevinswint1) March 31, 2017
-Caleb Tannor, a three star defensive end, posted on Twitter that he has received an offer from Alabama. Tanner ranks as the No. 24 strong-side defensive end in this year’s class and is from Lithonia, Georgia. He stands at 6-foot-3, 225 pounds. He also holds offers from Auburn, Georgia and Tennessee.
Blessed to recieve offer from the university of Alabama 📍🐘 @CoachLarmond @RecruitGeorgia @DaGroveFootball @247Sports @ChadSimmons_ pic.twitter.com/eXMTqGui42
— Caleb Tannor 2️⃣1️⃣® (@cvleb10) March 31, 2017
-Five-star Taron Vincent, the nation’s top defensive tackle, announced on Twitter that he has committed to Ohio State. He is the No. 14 player in this year’s class and comes from IMG Academy. Vincent has had an offer from Alabama since June 12, 2015.
Just would like to thank God for taking me along this journey! Proud to say that I've committed to THE Ohio State University ‼️‼️ #GoBucks pic.twitter.com/Qka5ZjbmKn
— Taron Vincent (@t_lova23) April 2, 2017