Alabama is now 3-0 on the season and several top recruits have visited those first three games. Alabama landed its 11th recruit of its 2018 class. All star ratings and rankings come from the 247Sports composite:
Alabama’s biggest news of the week came on Friday when three-star Vernon Jackson committed. Jackson is currently a quarterback for Boiling High School, but will play linebacker for Alabama.
Four-star tight end Brevin Jordan was offered by Alabama according to 247 Sports’ Andrew Ivins. Jordan is the No. 3 tight end in his class and the No. 3 player from Nevada. Jordan is a hard commit to Miami and has been since April. The 6-3/250-pound prospect is a native of Las Vegas, who plays for Bishop Gorman High School.
— Brevin L. Jordan #9 (@Brevinjordan) September 18, 2017
Four-star wide receiver Jaylen Waddle announced his top schools on Twitter Sunday night. Alabama was one of six teams to make the cut. Florida State, Texas A&M, Oregon, TCU and Texas were the other schools to make the cut. Waddle is the No. 11 wide receiver in his class and the No. 7 player from Texas. The Bellaire, Texas prospect comes in at 5-9.5/175.
ALL GLORY TO GOD
FINAL SCHOOLS ‼️‼️‼️‼️
— JW (@D1__JW) September 18, 2017
Alabama commit Jordan Davis visited Alabama during its win over Colorado State. Davis is the No. 5 player from Tennessee and the No. 11 weak-side defensive end. Davis has been a commit since December 2016. Davis could fill the role Isaiah Buggs is currently playing as a run stopper. Buggs is a junior now, so Davis could be right behind him.
Sweet Home ALABAMA 📍
— Jordan Davis‼️ (@jlpdavis99) September 16, 2017
Four-star running back Harold Joiner visited Alabama on Saturday. Joiner is the No. 3 player from Alabama and the No. 5 running back in his class. The 6-3/218-pound back is a Birmingham native that plays for Mountain Brook High School. He committed to play for Army in the All-American bowl. Joiner released his top six schools back on June, 30, with Alabama being one of the six. 247Sports’ crystal ball has him going to LSU. If he were play for the Crimson Tide he would fit in well with Alabama’s back setup. At 6-3 he is roughly the size as current running backs Bo Scarbrough and Najee Harris.
Headed to Bama today🐘
— Harold Joiner (@hkjoiner3) September 16, 2017
Four-star class of 2020 wide receiver Dazalin Worsham visited Alabama on Saturday. The 6-1/170 receiver has visited Alabama twice already, once as an unofficial visit while the other was a camp. He is a Trussville native who plays at Hewitt-Trussville High School. As a sophomore in high school he’s already 6-1, so there is still time for him to grow even more. He could potentially be a Cam Sims type player.
— Dazalin Worsham🎒 (@dazalin4) September 16, 2017
Three-star defensive tackle Jalen Cunningham made an appearance at Alabama’s third win on the season. The Odenville native comes in at 6-6/345 and is the No. 15 player from Alabama and the No. 31 defensive tackle in his class. Cunningham would play nose guard for the Crimson Tide, which is where Da’Ron Payne plays.
— 5ives🦍 (@_5ifty5_) September 16, 2017
Trey Edwards, Alabama’s 2019 running back commit from IMG Academy, was at practice on Wednesday. He’s the No. 28 player in the nation and one of three early commits from the current crop of juniors.