Alabama continued its undefeated season against Arkansas, winning 41-9. Several top prospects were named attendance for the beat down. All star ratings and rankings are based off the 247Sports composite:
Four-star cornerback Nadab Joseph announced his top three schools on Twitter on Monday. The former LSU commit listed Alabama, LSU and Georgia as his top schools. Joseph is the No. 21 corner in his class and the No. 41 player from Florida. The Miami native is 6-1.5/180 pounds, and has an official visit to Alabama on Nov. 4. With his size, Joseph could develop either a safety or cornerback if he were to commit to Alabama.
— Nadab Joseph (@nadabjoseph) October 10, 2017
Three-star defensive tackle Christian Barmore announced on Twitter that he had received an offer from Alabama. The 6-5/290-pound tackle is the No. 22 player from Pennsylvania and the No. 53 tackle in his class. Barmore currently has 13 other offers including schools like Miami, LSU and Mississippi State.
— Christian Barmore (@Chris_Bmore4u) October 10, 2017
Three-star center Louis Smith was at Alabama’s 41-9 win over Arkansas on Saturday. Smith is the No. 3 center in the 2019 class and the No. 21 player from Mississippi. The 6-3/294-pound center has six offers, including one from Mississippi State.
— Louis Paul Smith (@warriorcenter66) October 10, 2017
Three-star defensive tackle Lloyd Murray announced on Twitter that he had received an offer from Alabama. Murray is the No. 55 defensive tackle and the No. 80 player from Texas in the 2019 class. The 6-2/300-pound tackle has 17 offers now, including teams like Florida State, Auburn and Georgia.
— 55 $ (@OfficialLloydM) October 11, 2017
Four-star defensive tackle Bobby Brown announced his top 8 schools on Twitter on Wednesday. Alabama, LSU, Florida State, Baylor, Texas, Oklahoma, Texas A&M and Houston are the top eight schools. Brown is the No. 14 defensive tackle in the country and the No. 17 player from Texas. The 6-4/275-pound tackle will be taking his official visit to Alabama next week in its matchup against Tennessee.
Alabama, LSU, FSU, Baylor, Texas, OU, Texas A&M, Houston… pic.twitter.com/kri2oGNYla
— I hate OL's (@tre_brown8700) October 11, 2017
According to Hank South of 247Sports, five-star defensive end Brenton Cox visited Alabama in its dominant win over Arkansas. Cox is an Ohio State commit, who has been committed since April 25. The 6-4.5/247-pound end is the No. 19 player in the country, No. 2 defensive tackle and the No. 4 player from Georgia. He is also playing in the Under Armour All-America game.
Four-star defensive end Tyreke Smith took his official visit to Alabama in its 41-9 rout of Arkansas. Smith is the No. 3 player from Ohio and the No. 4 weak-side defensive end in his class. The 6-3/260-pound end will announce his decision on Jan. 4. Smith would fit into Isaiah Buggs’ role in Alabama’s defense if he were to commit to Alabama.
Alabama visit Saturday 😍👀🐘
— Tyreke Smith™ (@T_23_baller) October 13, 2017
Four-star weak-side defensive end Derrick McLendon was in attendance for Alabama’s win over Arkansas. McLendon is the No. 19 weak-side defensive end and the No. 28 player from Georgia in the 2019 class. The 6-3/220-pound end has 19 offers, including one from Alabama, who he named his favorite back in July.
Alabama 🐘📍 tomorrow
— Derrick McLendon〽️ (@DMAC1513) October 14, 2017
Class of 2020 offensive tackle Bryn Tucker was at Alabama’s win over the Razorbacks. The 6-4.5/300-pound prospect already has 10 offers, including one from Alabama.
— Bryn Tucker (@TuckerBryn) October 14, 2017
Four-star outside linebacker King Mwikuta made his fourth visit to Alabama since the summer on Alabama’s win over Arkansas. Mwikuta is the No. 5 outside linebacker and the No. 10 player from Georgia in the 2019 class. He will announce his decision on Dec. 15.
Check My Location-🐘🌊 (RDT‼️)@ChadSimmons_
— SIMBÁ⚓ (@Lethal_Balller) October 14, 2017
Four-star tight end Luke Ford was at Alabama for its win over Arkansas. Ford is the No. 2 tight end and the No. 1 player from Illinois. The 6-6/248-pound prospect will be on the West team in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Ford has 30 offers, including one from Alabama, which he received in March. He also named Alabama the leader on June 17.
— Timothy Ford (@Tford1562) October 14, 2017
Four-star all-purpose back Lym-J Dixon decommitted from Tennessee following the Volunteers’ loss to South Carolina. Dixon is the No. 6 all-purpose back and the No. 30 player from Georgia. The 5-10.5/178-pound back has 19 offers, including one from Alabama.
I have made the Decision to re open my recruitment to all Schools ,I prayed🙏🏽 and thought hard on it and talked to my family before making this Choice..💯 ~Respect my Decision~
— Lyn-J Dixon…™📌 (@im_Next23) October 14, 2017
Three-star athlete Terry Lambert received a preferred walk-on from Alabama. Lambert is the No. 6 player from Arkansas in the 2019 class. He has two offers as of right now.
— Terry Lambert (@Theterrylambert) October 14, 2017
Four-star strong-side defensive end Nathan Pickering received an offer from Alabama. Pickering is the No. 2 player from Mississippi and the No. 6 strong-side defensive end in the 2019 class. The 6-5/270-pound prospect finished with 72 tackles and four sacks last year for Seminary High School.
— Nathan Pickering (@__babymonty) October 14, 2017
Four-star cornerback Jaycee Horn was at Alabama’s win over Arkansas. Horn is the No. 24 cornerback in his class, and is a Tennessee commit.
— JUNGLE BOY 🦍 (@jayceehorn_10) October 14, 2017
Current Alabama commit and three-star all-purpose back Slade Bolden was in attendance for Alabama’s win. Bolden committed to Alabama on Aug. 3.
Another great weekend in T-Town! 🐘♥️ pic.twitter.com/b4NWf6wxyd
— Slade Bolden (@_slade_10) October 16, 2017
Alabama offered four-star safety Brendan Gant a scholarship on Sunday. Gant is the No. 8 corner in the 2019 class. He comes in at 6-2/185 pounds and has 15 total offers now.
Alabama defensive line recruit Coynis Miller, a 4-star prospect from Birmingham, committed to Auburn on Saturday morning.