Following its A-Day game, head coach Nick Saban and Alabama got back on the recruiting trail. Here are the latest updates from Alabama recruiting. All rankings and star ratings come from the 247Composite:

-Offensive guard Sione Angliau Jr. announced on Twitter that he has received an offer from Alabama. Angilau Jr. is a three-star recruit who ranks as the No. 37 player at his position. Currently, he only has SEC offers from Kentucky and Vanderbilt outside of Alabama. He is 6-foot-5, 280 pounds and is from Salt Lake City, Utah.

Daniel Carson, a three-star defensive end, posted on Twitter that Alabama extended him a scholarship offer. Carson is from Independence, Mo. and ranks as the No. 9 player in his state. He is also the No. 19 weak-side defensive end in this year’s class. He measures at 6-foot-5, 260 pounds.

-Class of 2020 offensive tackle Myles Hinton posted on Twitter that he earned an offer from Alabama. Hinton is 6-foot-6, 300 pounds and is from Norcross, Ga. Alabama was the first SEC school to offer Hinton.

-JUCO defensive tackle Tayland Humphrey announced that he has received an offer from Alabama. Humphrey certainly has size on his side, standing at 6-foot-5, 350 pounds. He currently plays for Hutchinson Community College in Hutchinson, Kansas.

Nick Saban seriously cannot take a night off from recruiting. He used his appearance at the NFL Draft to make sure some recruits knew what going to Alabama meant. The head coach facetimed four-star wide receiver Joshua Moore while at the draft, according to Moore’s Twitter account. Moore attends IMG Academy and is the No. 13 wide receiver in this year’s class. He has an offer from Alabama.

-Geordon Porter, a class of 2018 wide receiver, posted on Twitter that he received an offer from Alabama. Porter is from Rancho Cucamongo, Cali. and stands 6-foot-2, 175 pounds. He also holds an offer from Georgia.

Spencer Rattler, a class of 2019 quarterback, received an offer from Alabama, according to his Twitter account. Rattler is a 6-foot-1, 175-pound pro-style quarterback from Phoenix, Arizona. Outside of Alabama, SEC schools such as Kentucky, Tennessee and Texas A&M have offered Rattler.

-Alabama continues to make a push for the No. 1 player in Alabama- wide receiver Justyn Ross. Ross announced his top 11 schools on Twitter and Alabama was included. Ross is one of the biggest targets in the country, ranking No. 28 and commanding a five-star rating. He is also the No. 5 wide receiver in this year’s class. Alabama will have to compete with Auburn and Clemson, who have also recruited Ross heavily. Both schools made his top 11.

-Four-star Tyreke Smith announced his top 12 schools on Twitter this week and Alabama made the cut. Smith, who is rated as the No. 8 weak-side defensive end, stands at 6-foot-3, 260 pounds. Smith received his offer from Alabama on Feb. 25. He is from Cleveland, Ohio.

-Class of 2019 defensive end Marcus Stripling posted on Twitter that he has received an offer from Alabama. Stripling is from Houston, Texas and many SEC schools are already recruiting him heavily. Stripling stands at 6-foot-2, 243 pounds. He plays the strong side.

Paul Tyson, the great-grandson of legendary Alabama head coach Paul “Bear” Bryant, received his first offer from an SEC School. It came from none other than Kentucky, where Bryant coached from 1946-1953. Tyson is a class of 2019 quarterback from Trussville, Alabama. Kentucky was his second offer overall, coming after he was offered by Jacksonville State.

Quay Walker, a four-star linebacker, continues to show interest in the Crimson Tide. He currently has an offer from Alabama. Walker told Andrew Bone of,  “I just relate to them the most. They relate to my family. They talk about how bad they want me. It means a lot to hear that coming straight from Nick Saban.”

Walker ranks as the No. 11 outside linebacker in this year’s class and No. 20 player in the state of Georgia. He is from Cordele, Georgia.

-Safety Cameron White announced on his Twitter that Alabama offered him a scholarship. White is 6-foot-1, 185 pounds and is from Madison, Mississippi. He also holds offers from Arkansas and Mississippi State.

-Four-star wide receiver Al’vonte Woodard posted on Twitter that he received an offer from Alabama. This offer comes less than a month from when Woodard announced his top 10 schools, which did not include Alabama. He is the No. 11 wide receiver in this year’s class and is from Houston, Texas.