Alabama demolished Arkansas State 57-7 on Saturday in Bryant-Denny Stadium, and plenty of recruits were in town to watch firsthand.

Here’s what recruits who visited Tuscaloosa for the home opener had to say on social media:

  • 4-star 2019 defensive end Nathan Pickering didn’t have much to say about his visit, choosing instead to simply drop a pin announcing his location. The 6-foot-3, 286-pound Mississippi product is currently committed to Mississippi State.

  • 3-star 2019 wide receiver Edward Gipson retweeted a picture of him and UA coach Nick Saban talking during his visit. Gipson is uncommitted at the moment.

  • 3-star 2020 athlete Blayne Toll posted a video from inside Bryant-Denny Stadium and tagged Alabama defensive line coach Craig Kuligowski. Toll is currently uncommitted.

  • 4-star 2020 cornerback Malachi Moore retweeted a picture his mother took of him talking to Saban during his visit. The Hewitt-Trussville (AL) product is currently committed to Alabama.

  • 4-star 2020 defensive lineman Jayson Jones seemed to enjoy his visit in Tuscaloosa. The 6-foot-5, 322-pound prospect is currently committed to the Crimson Tide.

  • Kayvon Thibodeaux, the No. 1 defensive lineman and No. 1 overall recruit in the nation, posted a tweet indicating Alabama will be his second official visit.

  • Justin Eboigbe, who is committed to Alabama, took an official visit to the University of Florida on Saturday. Nothing has indicated that the visit has impacted the 4-star 2019 defensive lineman’s pledge to the Crimson Tide.

  • Current 5-star Alabama commit Pierce Quick commented on Colin Kaepernick‘s sponsorship deal with Nike, telling TMZ Sports it might help Saban bring more talent to Tuscaloosa: “So now (potential recruits) they’re like, ‘You know what? I want to go to a school that supports Nike, because I want to go to a school that supports Colin Kaepernick.'”
  • On the basketball recruiting front, Chuck Lawson, a national scouting and recruiting analyst, tweeted out a picture of Alabama coach Avery Johnson meeting with 4-star 2019 power forward DJ Jeffries. Jeffries decommitted from Kentucky on July 30.