Here are the recruits who have taken visits to, received offers from Alabama football in June

Jerell Rushin
The Tuscaloosa News

Alabama football began hosting prospects June 1 with the lifting of the NCAA's dead period for recruiting and many have posted about their visits on social media. The Crimson Tide is ranked No. 12 in the class of 2022 in the 247Sports Composite with seven commitments.

Here is a look at who has visited campus and left with offers:

2023 4-star Edge Matayo Uiagalelei, St. John Bosco (California)

Uiagalelei, the younger brother of Clemson quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei, visited Alabama and holds offers from the Crimson Tide and a host of Power 5 programs. He is the No. 47 recruit in the nation. Uiagalelei's father, Dave, is a big fan of Alabama coach Nick Saban.

"I’m not going to lie, and I’m just being honest, after my meeting with Nick Saban, I can honestly see Matayo suiting up for Alabama," Dave Uiagalelei posted on Twitter. "It’s something about a father recognizing and respecting another fathers hard work and love for their kids. Nick Saban gets it, some coaches don’t."

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2023 No. 1 prospect DL Lebbeus Overton, Milton (Georgia)

Overton is just the tip of the iceberg of the who's who of prospects who visited Alabama.

Overton has his pick of offers from Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma, Georgia, Ohio State and more perennially top-ranked programs.

IMG Academy point guard Jaden Bradley (0) takes a shot against Milton High School forward Lebbeus Overton (24) during the Geico High School Nationals Tournament on Thursday, April 1, 2021, at Suncoast Credit Union Arena in Fort Myers, Florida.

2023, 5-star RB Rueben Owens, El Campo (Texas)

The 5-foot-11, 187-pound Owens committed to Texas in February but told Clemson Insider he's seeing what other schools have to offer. The nation's No. 24 prospect has also visited LSU and Texas.

Owens rushed for 1,511 yards and 22 touchdowns in 2020. He holds offers from Alabama, Oklahoma, Clemson and many more.

“Things are great with Texas. That’s home, but it’s still early in my recruitment,” Owens said to the Clemson Insider. “So I’m going to take visits and see other schools.”

2023, 5-star DL Jayden Wayne, Lincoln (Washington)

Wayne is uncommitted. He posted a picture with Saban from his June 2 visit.

Wayne is 6-5 and 240 pounds and has offers from Washington, Washington State, USC, Florida, Georgia, Notre Dame, LSU and more.

2023 5-star DL Peter Woods, Thompson (Alabama)

Woods, the No. 1 prospect in Alabama and No. 2 recruit in the nation, visited on June 5. He posted pictures on social media from a photoshoot and of Saban's office.

At 6-5 and 260 pounds, Woods holds offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State and Michigan.

2022 5-star Edge Jeremiah Alexander, Thompson (Alabama)

Before Alabama's No. 1 prospect in the class said that he was taking a break from social media until he commits, Alexander went to Alabama during the first week of visits.

Alexander finished with 31 tackles for loss, 10 hurries, nine sacks and three forced fumbles in 2020 for the two-time state champions from Alabaster. He stands 6-2 at 235 pounds with offers from Alabama, Clemson, UCF, Georgia and USC.

2024 DB Jordon Johnson-Rubell, Brewer (Texas)

The sophomore Fort Worth product received an offer from Alabama while on a visit. Johnson-Rubell, 5-11, 160 pounds, was named to the 2020 MaxPreps High School Football Freshman All-America Team as a second-team selection.

MaxPreps said Johnson-Rubell "boasts blazing speed." Georgia, Arkansas, Baylor and Colorado are just a few of the schools to offer Johnson-Rubell.

4-star 2023 S Terrance Love, Langston Hughes (Georgia)

The Atlanta-area defensive back tweeted that he visited Alabama on June 5 and announced an offer the next day. The 6-3, 190-pound sophomore holds offers from Georgia Tech, Georgia, Auburn, Duke and 26 total schools.

2022 5-star RB Emmanuel Henderson, Geneva County (Alabama)

The Alabama commitment and No. 1 running back prospect in the nation visited Alabama three months after he committed in March.

Henderson is the No. 32 overall prospect in the country and was Alabama's fifth commitment of the class of 2022.

2022 4-star LB Shemar James, Faith Academy (Alabama)

The Mobile linebacker and Alabama's No. 7-ranked recruit visited Alabama this month but received an offer last fall. James' 7-on-7 team posted a video of him during his time in Tuscaloosa.

2023 5-star CB AJ Harris, Glenwood School (Alabama)

Harris is the No. 23 prospect overall and No. 2 cornerback in the nation. The Phenix City product holds offers from Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State and Georgia. His father posted a picture of Harris with highly-rated class of 2023 defensive back Ethan Nation, calling the two "yin and yang."

2023 4-star CB Ethan Nation, Roswell (Georgia)

Nation is a 6-foot, 170-pound defensive back from the Atlanta area with offers from 11 SEC schools, including Alabama and Georgia. Nation is the No. 11 cornerback in the nation..

2023 4-star QB Nicholaus Iamaleava, Warren (California)

Iamaleava has the athletic family gene as he is D.J. and Matayo Uiagalelei's cousin. He announced that Alabama offered him June 8.

2022 4-star DL Chris McClellan, Owasso (Oklahoma)

McClellan recently announced on social media that Alabama offered him and he visited the school. The 6-3, 295-pound recruit included Alabama, Florida, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Arkansas and USC on a top 17 list he released.

2024 DB/WR Zabien Brown, Mater Dei (California)

Brown attends the same school that produced Alabama quarterback Bryce Young and received an offer this month. Georgia is the only other SEC school to offer Brown, who does not have a ranking yet.

2023 TE Theodor Öhrström, Sweden

Hello, Sweden. Alabama offered the 6-6, 245-pound athlete after a visit to campus. Öhrström uploaded a picture of him with Saban from the trip. Ohio State and Florida State have also recently offered.

2025 QB Davi Belfort, Cardinal Newnan (California)

The son of 26-time MMA fight winner Vitor Belfort has received an offer from Alabama — before beginning his freshman season. Davi Belfort went to an Alabama camp and posted a picture with Saban to announce the news.

His other offers are Arizona State and Florida Atlantic. Belfort's social media bio says he's 6-foot and 180 pounds.

2024 CB Peyton Woodyard, St. John Bosca (California)

Alabama offered this 6-foot-1, 175-pound recruit while on campus. The only other schools in the South to offer Woodyard are Florida State and Georgia. 

2023 4-star WR Devin Wyatt, Dutch Fork (South Carolina)

The No. 100 prospect in the country, Wyatt received an offer from Alabama and also lists offers from Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee and Florida State. Alabama safety coach Charles Kerry is listed as Wyatt's primary recruiter on 247Sports.

2023 4-star LB Jayvant Brown, Deerfield Beach (Florida)

The No. 99 prospect in the country has received an offer from Alabama. Brown posted a pictured of him with Saban to social media and holds offers from 15 more programs.

2022 4-star DL Quency Wiggins, Madison Prep Academy (Louisiana)

At 6-6 and 265 pounds, Wiggins said he has received an offer from Alabama on June 2. If Wiggins chooses Alabama, he'd be another Baton Rouge prospect to ditch LSU's home turf for the Crimson Tide.

Baton Rouge prospect Le'Veon Moss, the No. 6 running back in the class of 2022, already announced his commitment to Alabama.

2022 4-star DB Julian Humphrey, Clear Lake (Texas)

Humphrey committed to Florida in late May but received an offer from Alabama after working out with Saban. The 6-1 Houston recruit is set to visit Florida and Penn State in June.

2023 4-star CB Austin Ausberry, University Lab (Louisiana)

Ausberry tweeted he received an offer from Alabama and attends the same Baton Rouge high school as UA linebacker Christian Harris. LSU, Notre Dame, Mississippi State, Louisville, Virginia, Purdue and Arizona State are other Power 5 schools to offer the junior.

2022 4-star DL Khurtiss Perry, Park Crossing (Alabama)

The Montgomery product spoke highly of his visit to nearby Auburn, but Alabama was the first school he explored when the dead period lifted. Perry has also visited Ohio State and will make trips to UCF, LSU and Texas.

2022 4-star DL Justice Finkley, Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama)

Finkley, a longtime Alabama target, visited campus on June 5 and uploaded a picture of him with Saban to social media. He has 12 sacks, 151 tackles and 41 hurries in his career.

Alabama, Florida, South Carolina and Kentucky are SEC schools in Finkley's final 12, but he's also considering USC, Oregon and Colorado.

2022 4-star WR Barion Brown, Pearl-Cohn (Tennessee)

Brown, 6-1, 160 pounds, visited the Crimson Tide on June 4. Brown finished with 28 catches for 596 yards and seven touchdowns in 2020.

He's a track and field state champion with offers from nearly 30 programs. A June 18-20 camp at TCU is the only other visit Brown has planned for the month.

2022 4-star OL Jacob Sexton, Deer Creek (Oklahoma)

In February, Sexton included Alabama as one of the final five schools he's considering. Texas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State are also in the running. Alabama is the first school Sexton visited this summer.

2022 4-star OL Jake Taylor, Bishop Gorman (Nevada)

Taylor quoted lyrics from an Alabama fan favorite tune  – "Dixieland Delight" – when he posted pictures from his visit to Alabama, which offered him in February. Oklahoma and Notre Dame are also in the running for the 6-6, 290-pound recruit.

2024 4-star OL Knijeah Harris, IMG Academy (Florida)

Harris is the No. 121 prospect in the class of 2023 and visited Alabama two months after receiving an offer.

2023 4-star DL Kelby Collins, Gardendale (Alabama)

Collins, a 6-5, 250-pound recruit, was offered a few months ago and met with Saban this month. He said that he will revisit Alabama. Auburn, Arkansas and Clemson are a few other schools that have offered Collins.

2023 4-star DB Dale Miller, Hoover

Miller had a great visit to Alabama, but left without an offer. He announced on June 10 that Auburn offered him, though.

2023 LB Karmelo Overton, Carroll (Alabama)

2023 QB, Kamron Sandlin, Anniston (Alabama)

2024 ATH KJ Bolden, Buford (Georgia)

2024 QB, Ronnie Royal, Alexandria (Alabama)

2025 QB TJ Wilcox, Collins Hill (Georgia)

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