Alabama had another strong week on the recruiting trail, picking up a commitment and making the top-six for another prized prospect.
- Alabama added a commitment from 4-star 2019 inside linebacker Christian Harris, who was previously committed to Texas A&M. Harris announced his decision on Twitter last Friday, less than a week after he visited Tuscaloosa for the Iron Bowl. From Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Harris is currently ranked as the No. 9 inside linebacker in the country. The 6-foot-1, 239-pound prospect is Alabama’s 22nd commit in its top-ranked 2019 class.
— Christian Harris (@Charris_36) November 29, 2018
- 5-star 2020 defensive end Bryan Bresee listed Alabama in his top-six teams last Friday. The 6-foot-5, 290-pound prospect visited Tuscaloosa earlier this season when Alabama hosted Missouri. Alabama will be competing with Clemson, Georgia, Ohio State and others for Bresee’s commitment.
— Bryan Bresee (@bryan_bresee) November 30, 2018
- The Crimson Tide also made the cut for another 2020 5-star prospect, landing in linebacker Mekhail Sherman’s top seven. Sherman is listed as the No. 2 outside linebacker in the country and No. 1 player in Washington, D.C. The 6-foot-3, 234-pound prospect attends St. John’s College High School, the home of current Alabama running back commit Keilan Robinson.
LUCKY 7! Committing in the summer of 2019…. pic.twitter.com/KKxjqtcXXe
— Mekhail Sherman🌹 (@JuicedUpK9) December 3, 2018
Alabama’s commits took to Twitter to react to the Crimson Tide’s thrilling SEC championship win over Georgia:
- 4-star 2020 defensive tackle Jayson Jones
— Jayson Elijah Jones (@JaysonJCE) December 2, 2018
- 4-star 2019 safety DeMarcco Hellams
A lot of y’all fans and reporters need to pick a side and stay there! I know who I’m rocking with #RollTide
— DeMarcco Hellams1️⃣ (@DHellams2) December 1, 2018
- 4-star 2020 cornerback Malachi Moore
Never doubted them… they built different #RollTide
— Kinggchi👑 (@malachi_moore13) December 2, 2018
- 4-star 2019 defensive end Justin Eboigbe
Poetic Justice #RollTIde
— Justin Eboigbe (@JustinEboigbe) December 2, 2018