Alabama continued its strong recruiting this week going into its first camp of the summer. Here are the latest updates Alabama’s recruiting targets. All star ratings and rankings come from the 247Sports composite:
For many recruits high school just ended, so they could spend time thinking about their decisions.
– Four-star Asa Martin announced on Twitter his top-three schools, one being Alabama, and would commit on Aug. 24. The Decatur native is the No. 7 player from the state of Alabama and is the No. 11 running back in the 2018 class. Martin is listed at 5-foot-11.5 and 195 pounds.
I will be choosing one of the these three schools August 24 at the Austin High School Auditorium pic.twitter.com/6B4GA4Dwmk
— 2️⃣0️⃣ (@TheAsaMartin_) June 1, 2017
– Five-star Micah Parsons announced his top nine schools on Twitter. Alabama made the list. Parsons is ranked as the No. 1 player from Pennsylvania and the No. 1 weak-side defensive end in next year’s class. Overall he his ranked as the third best recruit.
— BLESSEDMVP (@Micah_parsons23) May 27, 2017
– Four-star Lawrence Keys III announced his top 13 schools, with Alabama making the cut. The New Orleans native is ranked as the No. 39 wide receiver in the class and the No. 6 player from the state of Louisiana. He finished 2016 with 975 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns off 52 receptions.
TOP 13 🎯 pic.twitter.com/5OzJ2m2mJF
— Lawrence Keys III 🔑 (@Double_doo1) May 27, 2017
– Three-star Dorian Gerald announced his top 12 schools on Twitter, with Alabama making the cut. Gerald is transferring from College of the Canyons, where he recorded 54 tackles, 12 sacks, four forced fumbles and three pass break-ups. The 6-foot-3, 255 pound defensive end is the No. 1 player from the state of South Carolina, and the No. 2 strong-side defensive end in the 2018 class.
All Glory to God 🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/RkF8SMjvpH
— Dorian Gerald (@TopNotchDG) May 31, 2017
– Four-star Kamyrn Babb announced his top nine schools on Twitter, with Alabama being on the list. The 6-foot-1, 189 pound wide receiver is the No. 2 player out of the state of Missouri, and the No. 9 wide receiver. He is the No. 47 player in the 2018 class.
— Kamryn Babb® (@kamm_o) May 30, 2017
– Four-star Greg Emerson announced on Twitter that his top six schools, with Alabama being one of them. The 6-foot-3 296 pound defensive tackle is the No. 2 player in the state of Tennessee and the No. 6 defensive tackle in the country. Alabama offered the Jackson Tenn. native a scholarship on Nov. 12.
– Four-star Talanoa Hufanga listed his top 10 schools on Twitter, with Alabama being one of them. The Corvallis, Ore. native is listed at 6-foot-0.5 193 pound athlete is ranked as the No. 1 recruit in the state of Oregon and the No. 2 athlete in the 2018 class. Alabama offered him a scholarship on April 22.
•||🌴🙏🏽💯🇹🇴TOP TEN🇹🇴💯🙏🏽🌴||• pic.twitter.com/eg7zYAn7Dv
— Talanoa Hufanga (@HufangaTalanoa) June 2, 2017
– Five-star Austin Stogner Announced on Twitter that he had received an offer from Alabama. The 6-foot-6 230 pound tight end is from Plano, Texas. He finished his 2016 season with 336 receiving yards and five touchdowns on just 17 receptions. He was offered his scholarship on an unofficial visit to Alabama.
— Austin Stogner (@austin_stogner) June 2, 2017
– Three-star Skyler Delong announced on Twitter that he received an offer from Alabama. The 6-foot-4 180 pound punter is the No. 1 punter in his class and the No. 27 prospect out of South Carolina. The Fort Mill native committed to Tennessee on June 1.
— Skyler Delong (@delong1_skyler) June 3, 2017
– Alabama offered Dawson Ellington a scholarship on Sunday. Ellington is a 5-foot-11, 184-pound is a 2020 recruit, who has offers from LSU and Tennessee.
— Dawson Ellington™ (@Dawson_Ell) June 5, 2017
– Five-star Dontae Lucas announced on Twitter that he received an offer from Alabama. The 6-foot-3 323 pound guard is in the 2019 recruiting class. The Miami native also has offers from Florida State and Tennessee.
— Dontae Lucas (@7totha8) June 5, 2017
– Drew Pyne announced on Twitter that he had received offers from both Oklahoma and Baylor. The 6-foot-1, 150 pound quarterback is in the class of 2020. Alabama offered the New Canaan, Conn. native a scholarship on June 17, 2016. He finished his 2016 season with 2347 passing yards and 26 touchdowns, while completing 64 percent.
Very excited to receive an offer from Baylor‼️#sicem 🐻 pic.twitter.com/qBRDuRoQeZ
— Drew Pyne (@dpyne10) June 1, 2017
— Drew Pyne (@dpyne10) May 31, 2017
Alabama also finished moving in the rest of the 2017 recruiting class. Ten total players moved onto campus.
Ready to get rolling. Got checked in, Bama Bound tomorrow, and business starts Tuesday.💰 pic.twitter.com/y4pTtL5acC
— Hunter Brannon (@HunterBrannon50) May 29, 2017