-Class of 2019 offensive lineman John Campbell posted on his Twitter that he has received an offer from Alabama. Campbell, a four-star, comes from Dr. Phillips High School, which is the same high school that produced former Alabama players Ha-Ha Clinton Dix and Dee Hart.
— J C A M P™ (@_jcamp74) February 19, 2017
-Jalen Cunningham recently announced on his twitter account that he received an offer from Alabama. The 6-foot-4, 330-pound defensive tackle is from Odenville, Ala., and has also received offers from other SEC schools such as Ole Miss and Mississippi State.
EXTREMELY BLESSED TO RECEIVE A OFFER FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA!🔴🐘💯 ROLLLL TIDEE!! It’s truly a Dream Come True! pic.twitter.com/dgjZGV8SIn
— Ð1 Pröspêct🔱🔑 (@_5ifty5_) February 17, 2017
-Class of 2019 offensive lineman Devontae Dobbs received an offer from Alabama, according to his Twitter account. Dobbs stands at 6-foot-4, 270 pounds and is from Belleville, Michigan.
— Devontae Dobbs (@Devontae_Dobbs) February 18, 2017
-Jalen Green, a four-star cornerback from Houston, Texas, announced on twitter that he received an offer from Alabama. Green ranks as the No. 115 player in the country, and No. 14 cornerback in the 2018 class. Georgia, Missouri and Texas A&M have also offered Green.
— Jalen Green (@jaygreen__) February 17, 2017
-Alabama extended an offer to inside linebacker Michael Harris, according to Harris’ twitter account. Harris stands at 6-foot-2, 213 pounds and is from Tucker, Georgia. Auburn and Georgia recently offered Harris as well.
Honored and Blessed to receive an Offer from The University of Alabama 🐘💢▪️‼️ pic.twitter.com/CoRVBY4r4n
— Mike💰 (@Illionairemike) February 16, 2017
-Class of 2020 recruit and Miami commit Avatae Williams stated on Twitter that he received an offer from Alabama. Williams, a wide receiver, committed to Miami on Feb. 9. He has received offers from SEC schools South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.
— Avantae Williams #7 (@SlowDownBoy7) February 16, 2017
-Paul W. Bryant High School receiver Seth Williams posted on twitter that he received an offer from Oregon. The 6-foot-2 receiver ranks as the No. 8 player in Alabama, and the No. 84 player in the country. Oregon is his second west coast offer (Washington State is the other). Alabama offered Williams in April of 2016.
— Seth Williams™ (@8_sethwilliams) February 17, 2017