As the weather heats up, so has Alabama recruiting. With the first high school camp being held last weekend, this week featured a bunch of new offers for Alabama recruits. Here is the latest updates on Alabama’s recruiting. All star ratings and rankings come from the 247Sports composite:

-Inside linebacker Noah Sewell, received his first offer of his recruiting cycle. Alabama is the first school to offer the 2020 prospect from Saint George, Utah, despite interest from other programs.

His older brother Penei Sewell, attended a camp at the University of Alabama on June 4 and is one of Alabama’s top recruits. He is a four-star prospect in the 2018 class. Penei Sewell is an offensive lineman and the 59th-ranked prospect.

Antonio Alfano, a five-star defensive tackle and the number 12 ranked recruit nationally visited Alabama on Friday. His visit culminated with Alabama offering him a full scholarship. While Penn State and Notre Dame have been in the driver’s seat for the 6-4, 266-pound defensive lineman, Alabama’s offer may change the game for Alfano.

The Oradell, NJ native currently holds 18 offers and his recruiting should remain a hot topic until he picks a school.

-A 2020 recruit, Dawson Ellington was one of the recruits to attend the camp at Alabama from June 4-6 and impressed the staff enough to get an offer. The 5-11, 180-pound athlete also has offers from two other SEC programs, LSU and Tennessee. Ellington has also unofficially visited Auburn, according to 247Sports.

-Three-star cornerback Jaylon Reed attended the camp as well. One day before attending the camp, Reed decommitted from Tennessee. 247 predicts the 6-1, 170-pound CB will ultimately choose Ole Miss. He doesn’t currently have an Alabama offer.

John Dixon, the 5-10, 170-pound cornerback, picked up an offer from Alabama this past week. The Tampa Bay native also has offers from Florida, Oregon, Ohio State, Tennessee and Auburn.

-2020 offensive lineman Tate Ratledge announced on Twitter he picked up an offer from Alabama this past week. The 6-4, 252-pound lineman from Rome, Georgia was one of the recruits to visit Alabama at the camp held last weekend while visiting.

Ratledge attended a camp at South Carolina this past weekend and also picked up an offer from the Crimson Tide SEC foe.

-According to 247, the activity on Tyrion Davis has been slow since last July, when he attended a camp with the Miami Hurricanes. That changed this past week at the 6’1, 215 pound running back picked up an offer from the Crimson Tide.

Davis also has an offer from LSU.

-2020 linebacker Kobe Dean also received an offer from Alabama this past week.

-Four-star safety and LSU commit Nadab Joseph not only picked up an offer from Alabama, but also posted a picture he took with Nick Saban on Twitter during the camp.

Despite the visit, he is seen as a hard commit to LSU and has been committed to the school for over a year now.

-Another hard commit to an Alabama rival, Quashon Fuller posted he picked up an offer from Alabama this past week. The 6-3, 240-pound strong side defensive end is part of the 2019 class and committed to FSU on February 27.

Fabien Lovett is another strong side defensive end that visited Alabama last weekend and earned an offer. At 6’4, 240 pounds, he is a three-star prospect and also holds offers from Alabama SEC rivals Mississippi State and Ole Miss.

-Alabama QB recruit Tanner McKee will participate in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl next year. The four-star and 56 ranked player nationally has been a hot commodity on the recruiting market.

The Crimson Tide offered the 6-6, 220-pound QB from Corona, Cal., on Feb. 28 and he unofficially visited UA on March 30.

-Defensive tackle Nesta Silvera, a four-star prospect from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has been committed to the University of Miami since February 24. Alabama him on Saturday. The door for Saban to snoop in and steal another prospect from South Florida might be open.

– Four-star athlete Devon Williams made an unofficial visit to the university this past weekend. The No. 82-ranked prospect in the nation received an offer from Alabama on February 24.

The California native holds offers 14 schools, with the home state USC and UCLA seen as the early favorites.