The dead period continues as Alabama proceeds through fall camp, but there’s still been some movement on the recruiting front. Here’s an update on what’s happened with Alabama recruiting in the last week. All of the following rankings and star ratings for prospects come from the 247Sports Composite.
- Alabama landed a commitment from 2020 Hewitt-Trussville defensive back Malachi Moore on Monday morning. The four-star prospect made his announcement with 247Sports. Moore is the fourth current player for Hewitt-Trussville to commit to Alabama, following Pierce Quick, Paul Tyson and Dazalin Worsham.
C O M M I T T E D…👑🙏🏽https://t.co/TAFuCQsvDZ
— Kinggchi👑🎒 (@malachi_moore13) August 13, 2018
- Alabama assistant coaches Josh Gattis (wide receivers/co-offensive coordinator) and Brent Key (offensive line) quickly took to Twitter to celebrate Moore’s commitment and comment on Alabama’s 2020 class.
‘20 Keeps on ROLL’N…….🐘#rolltide
— Josh Gattis (@Coach_Gattis) August 13, 2018
And it won’t stop…! https://t.co/BCAmKTpddg
— Coach Brent Key (@CoachBrentKey) August 13, 2018
- Alabama added to its top-ranked 2019 recruiting class with a commitment from four-star offensive guard Darrian Dalcourt on Wednesday night. The No. 14 offensive guard and No. 6 ranked player in Maryland is the Crimson Tide’s 21st commit and fourth offensive line commit in the 2019 cycle.
Committed‼️ #ROLLTIDE @AlabamaFTBL pic.twitter.com/RbTff8ICop
— DarrianD74 ‼️ (@darrian_d) August 9, 2018
- Alabama basketball landed a commitment from top-ranked in-state point guard Kira Lewis on Friday afternoon. Originally slated as a member of the 2019 class, Lewis announced that he will reclassify for entry into the class of 2018 and is set to enroll in fall classes at Alabama on August 22.
I’ve Made My College Decision 👀👀 pic.twitter.com/rGaTrYd1aN
— Kira Lewis Jr. (@Mr_Lewis3) August 10, 2018
- Ishmael Sopsher, the No. 1 defensive tackle and No. 6 overall recruit in the 2019 class, listed Alabama among his top seven schools in a Twitter post on July 30. The 6-foot-3, 334-pound Louisiana prospect also listed LSU, Ole Miss and Texas A&M.
Lucky 7 🍀 🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/vfCkdgSi58
— ishmael sopsher (@isopsher) July 30, 2018