Stats from Alabama’s commits from games on 10/6/2017

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Alabama head coach Nick Saban takes his usual walk around the field before a game at Kyle Field in College Station, Tex., Saturday, October 7, 2017. [Staff Photo/Gary Cosby Jr.]

Alabama currently has the No. 23 recruiting class in the country for 2018. Its recruits made their presence felt in week seven. All star ratings are from the 247Sports composite:

Four-star cornerback Jayln Armour-Davis made his return from his right knee injury last Friday in St. Paul’s (Mobile) 17-6 win over rival Jackson High School. Armour-Davis had his right knee scoped three days after St. Paul’s win over Williamson on Sept. 15.

Four-star weak-side defensive end Cameron Latu finished with four total tackles in Olympus High School’s (Utah) 49-7 win over Murray. Latu had three solo tackles and an assisted tackle on the night.

Four-star offensive tackle Tommy Brown helped Mater Dei (California) beat down Santa Magarita 70-30. The Monarchs threw for 380 yards and ran for 269.

Three-star offensive guard Jarrett Bell was a key member of Norco’s (California) offensive line in its 42-0 win over Corona High School. The Cougars put up 271 passing yards and 240 rushing yards in the win.

Three-star all-purpose back Slade Bolden helped lead West Monroe (Louisiana) to a 28-14 win over Ruston. Bolden had a 30-yard touchdown run in the win.

Four-star defensive end Jordan Davis and Southwind High School (Tennessee) defeated rival Kirby 28-7 last Friday.

Four-star wide receiver Xavier Williams and Chaminade-Madonna Prep (Florida) defeated Blance Ely 44-0 last Tuesday.

Three-star punter Skyler DeLong and Nation Ford (South Carolina) lost 36-14 to Rock Hill last Friday.

No stats were available from Quay Walker, Vernon Jackson and Stephon Wynn. All three were on their bye week.

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