Alabama enters National Signing Day with eight spots remaining in the 2018 recruiting class. There are four commits that remain unsigned, leaving only a handful of spots for the targets left on the board.

Here are the unsigned recruits, including Alabama’s commits, and the times when they’re expected to sign their letters of intent or announce their decisions. Players are listed in the order that their announcements are expected.

You can check for updates on Signing Day Central.

Bobby Brown
6-4, 282 pounds
Arlington, Texas
10:00 a.m. CT
A hard commit to Alabama, he did take an unofficial visit to Texas A&M on Feb. 3, where he was originally committed, before committing to Alabama. He will decide Alabama and Texas A&M on Wednesday.

UPDATE: Brown has flipped to Texas A&M and sent his Letter of Intent to the Aggies.

Eddie Smith
6-0, 180 pounds
Slidell, La.
8 a.m. CT
Alabama offered him until Jan. 11 and has been seen as the favorite to land him since. His official visit was to Alabama on Jan. 26, shortly after Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt visited him. He will pick between Alabama and Tennessee.

UPDATE: Smith has committed to Alabama. He’s the first player to commit on Wednesday.

Patrick Surtain Jr.
6-1.5, 199 pounds
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
9 a.m. CT hour on ESPNU
LSU has been seen as the favorite to land the son of former NFL great Patrick Surtain. Alabama has kept itself in the conversation and hometown Miami has been working on flipping him as well. He will decide between Alabama, Miami and LSU.

UPDATE: Surtain Jr. committed to Alabama.

Patrick Surtain II, head coach Patrick Surtain and Tyson Campbell of American Heritage High. Staff Photographer Jim Rassol/Sun Sentinel.

Tyson Campbell
6-2.5, 180 pounds
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
9 a.m. CT hour on ESPNU
Campbell and Surtain Jr. are high school teammates at American Heritage High School and the top two cornerbacks in the nation. Georgia is the favorite, but Miami and Alabama are in the mix.

UPDATE: Campbell announced he would commit to Georgia.

Nicholas Petit-Frere
6-6, 272 pounds
Tampa, Fla.
9 a.m. CT hour on ESPNU
Alabama hosted the nation’s No. 1 tackle on Jan. 19. He has given little indication of what school he’ll pick. The race contains four schools: Alabama, Florida, Notre Dame and Ohio State. Ohio State got his last visit and that might become a factor.

UPDATE: Petit-Frere is headed to Ohio State, he said on ESPNU.

Quay Walker
6-4, 236 pounds
Cordele, Ga.
Alabama commit — 10 a.m. CT
Brown (pictured above) been a hard commit to Alabama since June, but with the departure of Jeremy Pruitt, his recruitment has opened up again. He has visited with Auburn, Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee since Jan. 12. He could flip to Tennessee or Georgia on signing day.

UPDATE: Walker flipped his commitment to Georgia in a ceremony at his high school.

Olaijah Griffin
6-0, 170 pounds
Mission Viejo, Calif.
12 p.m. CT hour on ESPN2
Griffin visited Alabama on Jan. 26, but it would be an upset for the Crimson Tide to flip him from in-state USC. Alabama has to hope the visit to Tuscaloosa was enough to sway a decision.

Update: Griffin committed to USC.

Justyn Ross
6-4, 201 pounds
Phenix City, Ala.
12 p.m. CT hour on ESPN2
Alabama is up against Clemson and Auburn for the services of the wide receiver. Ross visited Alabama on Jan. 19 and Auburn a week later. Alabama still seems to be in the driver’s seat.

UPDATE: Ross has committed to Clemson.

Jacob Copeland
6-0, 192 pounds
Pensacola, Fla.
1 p.m. CT hour on ESPN2
After the midseason firings at Florida, Copeland seemed Alabama-bound. Jeremy Pruitt going to Tennessee and Florida hiring Dan Mullen have made this a three-team race. Florida State is a team that remains in pursuit as well.

UPDATE: Copeland announced on ESPN that he would sign with Florida.

Glenn Beal
Tight end
6-5, 265 pounds
New Orleans
12 p.m. CT
Beal will decide between Alabama, Tennessee and Texas A&M on Wednesday. The tight end visited Alabama on Jan. 26, his last official visit. Alabama hopes it did enough on that visit to convince him to come to Tuscaloosa.

Update: Beal committed to Texas A&M.

Malik Langham
6-5.5, 269 pounds
2:30 p.m. CT
Langham named Alabama the leader for his recruitment on Jan. 21. His commitment is far from a lock however, with Florida looking like a legitimate threat to swoop into the state and steal him.

UPDATE: Langham announces he will sign with Florida.

Jaylen Waddle
5-9.5, 175 pounds
Bellaire, Texas
3:30 p.m. CT
This is poised to be another battle between Texas A&M and Alabama. Mike Locksley made his way to Texas on Jan. 23 to visit the prospect. Alabama would like to sign at least two wide receivers on signing day.

Update: Waddle committed to Alabama.

Penei Sewell
6-5, 349 pounds
Saint George, Utah
2:00 pm CT
Sewell will choose between Alabama, Utah, USC and Oregon on Wednesday. The offensive tackle is likely Oregon-bound.

Vernon Jackson
6-3, 240 pounds
Boling, Tx.
Alabama commit — TBD
He committed to Alabama back in September, but kept his recruitment process open. He visited Texas A&M on Feb. 3 after visiting Alabama on Jan. 19. His decision could come down to which position he prefers to play at the college level.

UPDATE: Jackson backed off his commitment on Tuesday night, reopening his recruitment.

Jaylen Moody
6-2, 225 pounds
Conway, SC
Time TBD
Moody was not offered by Alabama until Jan. 30 and received a visit immediately after on Feb. 2. Though Alabama offered him late, there is a chance that will not factor into his decision on Wednesday.

UPDATE: Moody committed to Alabama in a ceremony at his high school.

Alabama tight end commit Michael Parker.
Photo by Bob Gathany |

Michael Parker (committed)

6-6, 230 pounds
Time TBD
He committed to the Crimson Tide on Dec. 6 and is likely to stick to his commitment. He hasn’t had any visits since committing to Alabama.