To merely suggest that Saban is out of touch with today's player is not only ludicrous, but shows a deep lack of understanding for the recruiting process that Saban has put in place and followed to perfection throughout the course of time.
The Alabama Crimson Tide is rolling on national early signing day, picking up signatures from 18 recruits so far. Alabama entered the day with the No. 1 ranked class according to 247Sports and thus far the signatures have kept the Tide right on track for the No. 1 class of 2021.
Alabama men's basketball season gets underway in eight days and there is already a lot of excitement for the 2020 season. While Nate Oats and his coaching staff have been preparing for the start of the season, they have also been hitting the recruiting trail. Alabama signed three players already in the early signing period, good enough for the No. 10 class so far according to Rivals and No. 14 according to 247Sports.
Tuscaloosa native and American Christian Academy standout athlete Kamari Lassiter announced his top-six college choices on Twitter this evening and it was filled with big name football programs. Lassiter is a 6-foot, 185 pound cornerback who the 247Sports Composite ranks as the number 11 recruit in the state of Alabama. He narrows down his top-six schools to Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Georgia, Florida State and Georgia Tech.
In a time of the year that is usually quiet, linebacker Zach Whiteley surprised plenty of recruiting analyst by announcing his commitment to the University of Alabama Friday. The linebacker from Glena Park, Texas is Alabama’s 6th commitment for 2014...