This week Alabama recruiting had a relatively quiet week, besides offering two players. A handful of other targets announced visit dates or have commitments upcoming. All star ratings and rankings come from the 247Sports composite:
Class of 2020 Keshawn Lawrence announced on Twitter that he had received an offer from Alabama. Lawrence is a cornerback from Nashville. The 6-2/183-pound recruit already has five other offers from Georgia Tech, Memphis, Ohio State, Tennessee and LSU.
— Keshawn Lawrence (@KeShawn2x) October 3, 2017
Four-star outside linebacker Marcel Brooks announced on Twitter that he received an offer from Alabama. Brooks is the No. 4 outside linebacker in the 2019 class and the No. 8 player from Texas. The 6-3/200-pound linebacker has 20 offers.
— FrEE sNiPER 5 (@MarcelBrooks_5) October 6, 2017
Four-star outside linebacker Quay Walker was named to the Under Armour All-America Game. Walker committed to Alabama on June 8. He is the No. 6 outside linebacker and the No. 14 player from Georgia. Walker took his official visit to Florida State this past weekend.
— All-America Game (@AllAmericaGame) October 3, 2017
Four-star defensive end Cameron Latu will be taking his official visit to Alabama on Dec. 8. Latu committed to Alabama on Aug. 4. The 6-5/236-pound end is the No. 2 player from Utah and the No. 7 weak-side defensive end in his class.
Four-star defensive back Kelvin Joseph announced on Twitter that he was decommitting from LSU and reopening his recruitment. Joseph is the No. 3 player from Louisiana and the No. 8 cornerback in his class. The 6-1.5/191-pound corner is playing in the Under Armour All-America Game on Jan. 4.
— SavageLifefat🤣 (@_theylovefat) October 2, 2017
Five-star quarterback Justin Fields, an Alabama target, announced his commitment to Georgia. Fields is the No. 1 player in the 2018 class, No. 1 player from Georgia and the No. 1 quarterback. The 6-3/221-pound duel threat quarterback visited Alabama during its win over Ole Miss.
— jaiden (@JaidenFields) October 6, 2017
Four-star defensive tackle Coynis Miller took his official visit to Auburn in its win over Ole Miss, according to multiple reports. Miller will make his commitment on Saturday, Oct. 14. He is the No. 5 player from Alabama and the No. 15 player at his position in the country.