Alabama dominated Ole Miss 66-3 on Saturday with one of its biggest . It also made it to a watch list and made an offer to another prospect. All star ratings and rankings come from the 247Sports composite:
Five-star quarterback Justin Fields took his official visit to Alabama on Saturday. Fields is the No. 1 player in country, the No. 1 quarterback in his class and the No. 1 player from Georgia. The 6-3/221-pound Kennesaw, Ga. native currently has his 40-time at 4.51 seconds and ran his shuttle in 4.16 seconds. He ran for 1,176 yards and 15 touchdowns, while throwing for 2,770 yards and 25 touchdowns in 2016 for Harrison High School.
Made it to Tuscaloosa 🐘🔴 #RollTide
— Justin Fields (@justnfields) September 29, 2017
Multiple reports also said that Kentucky quarterback commit Jarren Williams took an unofficial visit to Alabama this weekend. Williams is listed at 6-2/206 and is the No. 8 dual-threat QB for 2018.
He wasn’t the only QB committed elsewhere to come to Tuscaloosa this weekend: Ohio State commit Emory Jones was reported to have been at the game. He’s the No. 37 overall recruit in the class of 2018.
Mountain Brook RB Harold Joiner also took an unofficial visit to Alabama on Saturday. Joiner has been around Alabama a lot. He’s a 4-star recruit ranked as the No. 5 running back in the country.
Alabama defensive end commit commit Jordan Davis took the win in as well.
Road Trip Home🐘…..here I come
— Jordan Davis‼️ (@jlpdavis99) September 30, 2017
Multiple reports also indicated that 2018 LB Kevontae Ruggs, the younger brother of Alabama WR Henry Ruggs, visited Tuscaloosa for the Ole Miss game as well. He’s a 3-star player listed as the No. 18 player in Alabama in his class.
Four-star cornerback Woodi Washington picked up an offer from Alabama early last week. Washington is the No. 16 player from Tennessee and the No. 31 cornerback in the 2019 class. The 5-11/175-pound corner has offers from three other SEC schools: LSU, Ole Miss, and Tennessee and an offer from Louisville.
Blessed and thankful to receive a offer from The University of Alabama #RollTide ⚪️🔴🐘 pic.twitter.com/QEC6Tkgx6n
— Woodi Washington😈 (@WashingtonWoodi) September 28, 2017
Four-star defensive tackle Coynis Miller visited Alabama on Saturday. Miller is the No. 5 player from Alabama and the No. 15 defensive tackle in the country. He announced earlier this week that he would choose between Alabama, Florida and Auburn on Oct. 14. The Birmingham native comes in at 6-1.5/300 pounds, and was named to the Under Amour All-America game. He named Florida his favorite back on Aug. 15, but has been to Alabama three times since then.
Coynis Miller made it to Tuscaloosa. Commits on Oct 14
— Chris Kirschner (@ChrisKirschner) October 1, 2017
Junior college CB Saivon Smith also took an unofficial visit. He was committed to LSU out of high school. He was one of the nation’s top DBs coming out of high school at IMG Academy and is drawing a lot of attention in this recruiting cycle as well.
Four-star athlete Ronald Thompkins was in attendance for Alabama’s 63-point win over Ole Miss on Saturday. Thompkins is the No. 30 player from Georgia and the No. 25 athlete in the class of 2019. The 5-11/190-pound prospect reopened his recruitment after decommitting from Florida State on Sept. 24. He currently plays running back for Greyson High School in Loganville, Ga.
Bama Saturday🐘#RollTide @Mansell247 @ChadSimmons_
— Ronald Thompkins ll (@jrthompkins5) September 26, 2017
Four-star safety Trikweze Bridges was at Alabama’s game against Ole Miss. Bridges is the No. 11 player from Alabama and the No. 23 safety in the 2019 class. The 6-3/175-pound safety is from Lanett plays at Lanett Senior School. He has a total of six offers, including one from Alabama, Florida and Kentucky.
I will be at Bama today ‼️🏈 #RollTide
— #11Bridges (@TrikwezeB_2) September 30, 2017
Four-star outside linebacker King Mwikuta was at Alabama’s win over Ole Miss. Mwikuta is the No. 5 outside linebacker in the country and the No. 10 player from Georgia in the 2019 class. The 6-4/232-pound prospect has 17 total offers, including one from Alabama, which he picked up on May 2.
Check Our Location 🐘🌊@ChadSimmons_ @TrikwezeB_2
— SIMBÁ⚓ (@Lethal_Balller) September 30, 2017
Four-star cornerback Cam’Ron Kelly was at Bryant Denny Stadium for Alabama’s fifth win of the season. Kelly is the No. 3 player from Virginia and the No. 11 cornerback in the 2019 class. The 6-1/200-pound cornerback has 31 total offers, including Alabama’s, which he received on Sept. 20.
— Cam'Ron Kelly (@CamRonJKelly) September 30, 2017
Four-star safety Jaylen McCollough visited Alabama on Saturday. McCollough is the No. 3 safety in the country and the No. 6 player from Georgia in the 2019 class. The Powder Springs, Ga. native comes in at 6-1/190 pounds. He has 16 total offers, including one from Alabama, which he received on Jan. 11.
— Jaylen McCollough (@Jay_Mccollough2) October 1, 2017
Class of 2020 defensive tackle McKinnley Jackson was present in Alabama’s dominate win over Ole Miss. The Lucedale, Miss. comes in at 6-2/260 pounds. Jackson has four total offers including one from Alabama, which he received on July 22.
Alabama is like family ✊🏾❤️
— McKinnley Jackson (@MacFresco44) October 1, 2017
Class of 2020 Kristian Story was at Alabama’s game against Ole Miss. Story is 6-2/196 pounds athlete from Lanett. He has five total offers, including one from Alabama that he received on May 2.
Had a great time in Tuscaloosa 🐘 pic.twitter.com/CWetxa5Rpw
— KS4 (@kks___4) October 1, 2017
Class of 2020 Malachi Moore was in attendance at Alabama’s thrashing of Ole Miss. Moore is a six foot 170-pound wide receiver and cornerback from Trussville. He has picked up four offers, including one from Oregon.
Had a great time at Bama tonight ‼️🐘🔴⚪️ pic.twitter.com/tf0FhBCIld
— kinggchi™🎒 (@Malachi_moore2) October 1, 2017
Four-star cornerback Isaasc Taylor-Stuart announced his top-12 schools on Twitter, with Alabama making the list. Taylor-Stuart is the No. 24 player in the country, No. 4 corner and the No. 4 player from California. The 6-2/187-pound corner has 50 total offers, including one from Alabama, which he picked up in May of 2016. He was also chosen to play for the West in the U.S. All-American Bowl.
— Isaac Taylor-Stuart (@Kingathlete5) September 25, 2017