Alabama lost for the first time this season in the Iron Bowl. However, one of its top wide receiver targets decommitted from Florida. All star ratings and rankings are from the 247Sports composite:
Three-star offensive tackle Daniel Faalele showed his support over instate rival Auburn on Saturday. Faalele is the No. 35 offensive tackle in the country and the No. 72 player from Florida. He attends IMG Academy, where current Alabama commit Stephon Wynn plays. The 6-8/400-pound tackle received his Alabama offer on Jan. 27 and took his official visit on Nov. 17.
— Daniel Faalele (@DanielFaalele_) November 20, 2017
Four-star wide receiver Jacob Copeland announced that he would reopen his commitment process. He had been a Florida commit since Aug. 2. Copeland is the No. 45 player in the country, No. 7 wide receiver and the No. 8 player from Florida. He was chosen to play in the Under Armour All-American Bowl on Jan. 4. The 6-0, 192-pound receiver visited Alabama on Nov. 4.
Leave your negative thoughts to yourself. God has a plan for me❗️🙏🏾💯 pic.twitter.com/RBBw3nAddi
— Jacob Copeland 🐐 (@JCope1era) November 26, 2017
Three-star center Louis Paul Smith announced that he would visit Auburn during the Iron Bowl. Smith is the No. 3 center and the No. 23 player from Mississippi in the 2019 class. The Biloxi, Miss. native is 6-foot-3 and 294 pounds. He has six offers, including one from Mississippi State.
— Louis Paul Smith (@warriorcenter66) November 20, 2017
Four-star wide receiver Seth Williams committed to Auburn on Thursday. The Tuscaloosa native chose the Tigers over Alabama. The 6-3/212-pound receiver is the No. 4 player from Alabama and the No. 30 receiver in the country. He currently attends Paul Bryant High School, and will play in the Alabama-Mississippi All-star game.
— Seth Williams™ (@8_sethwilliams) November 23, 2017
Current Alabama commit Cameron Latu had this to say after Alabama’s 12-point loss to Auburn on Saturday.
Small set back..
— Cameron Latu🌴 (@cameronlatu40) November 26, 2017