Hoover standout linebacker Christian Bell announced via twitter this afternoon that he's committed to Alabama.
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Mason Robbins went 4-for-4 and drove in four runs to help lift the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles to a 6-3 victory over the eighth-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide on Tuesday night at Sewell-Thomas Stadium. Alabama falls to 28-13 with the loss, and Southern Mississippi improves to 25-17.
Malik Miller just finished his sophomore season last fall, but he's already a household name in recruiting circles. The 5-11, 226-pound running back/linebacker from Madison Academy in Madison is one of the state's top 2016 prospects. He spent last Saturday in Tuscaloosa.
One of the top defensive linemen in Mississippi in the 2015 class is Brandon standout Fletcher Adams. The 6-1, 257-pound Adams was in Tuscaloosa on Saturday for the A-Day Game.
Here are more scenes from A-Day.
Linebacker/defensive end Kengera Daniel of Millbrook HS in Raleigh, NC was among an impressive group of prospects on campus over the weekend. The 6-6, 241-pound standout had a great time in Tuscaloosa.
Elite cornerback Minkah Fitzpatrick of St. Peter's Prep in Jersey City, NJ was among four high school stars who committed to the Tide on Saturday. The 6-1, 193-pound defender, who spent several days in Tuscaloosa with his family, feels blessed to be part of the Tide's stellar group of commitments for 2015.
Anthony Grant added another impressive player to his 2014 recruiting class on Sunday when 6-7, 210-pound forward Jeff Garrett of Oldsmar-Oldsmar Christian, FL committed to the Tide. Garrett joins Justin Coleman, Devin Mitchell and Riley Norris as members in Grant's class.
Calvin Ridley, one of the nation's top receivers, had offers from many of the nation's elite programs, including Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, FSU, Georgia, LSU, Miami, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, USC and many others. But after seeing UA up close at A-Day on Saturday, the 6-1, 170-pounder from Coconut Creek-Monarch, FL, decided that Alabama was where he wanted to be. Ridley chose the Tide over Miami.
Vincent Jackson delivered a one-out walk-off RBI double in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift the No. 29 Tennessee Volunteers to a 10-9 Southeastern Conference victory over the No. 8 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide on Sunday afternoon from Nelson Stadium.
The No. 8 ranked Alabama baseball team scored the final six runs of the game and came back from a five-run deficit to defeat the No. 29 Tennessee Volunteers, 7-6, in a SEC game from Nelson Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Here are scenes from today's game.
It's been a huge day on the Alabama recruiting front. One of the Tide's big commitments of the day came from safety Shawn Burgess-Becker of Monarch HS in Coconut Creek, Florida. The 6-0, 202-pound star is excited about his decision.
Leo Lewis, a standout LB at Brookhaven, MS, is the fourth prospect to commit at the Tide's A-Day
Calvin Ridley, one of the nation's to receivers, announced via twitter that he's committed to Alabama. Ridley is prep teammate of Shawn Burgess-Becker, who also committed to Alabama today.
Minkah Fitzpatrick, the nation's top cornerback according to some, has committed to Alabama.
Top safety/receiver Shawn Burgess-Becker tweeted that he committed to UA during his visit to Tuscaloosa today.
Coach Saban spoke with the media following today's game. Here are his remarks.
Let them eat steak. That's the mantra for the winning White squad, which knocked off the Crimsons 17-13 at Alabama's annual A-Day game before an announced crowd of 73,506 at Bryant-Denny Stadium.
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Another of the nation' stop prospects tweets that he's in T-Town. Join the forum discussion.
More top prospects in town
Prospects tweeting this morning they are already in Tuscaloosa or are on their way to town include UA LB commit Mekhi Brown of Columbus-Carver, GA, star linebacker Leo Lewis of Brookaven, MS and 2016 WR T.J. Simmons of a Clay -Chalkville, AL.
The No 8-ranked Alabama baseball team opened its Southeastern Conference series at No. 29 Tennessee with an 8-5 win. With the victory, the Crimson Tide has won five straight games and improves to 27-11 overall and 11-5 in SEC play, holding sole possession of first place in the conference standings. The Volunteers drop to 24-12 overall and 6-9 in conference action.
The Tide's annual spring game has always been a popular event for prospects. Even though Sunday is Easter and even though other schools have their spring games on Saturday, UA is still expected to host an impressive group of players. Here's a look at some of them.
Following today's practice, Coach Saban spoke with the media. Here are his comments.
Following today's practice, Nick Saban addressed the reason running backs Kenyan Drake and Altee Tenpenny didn't participate in practice. Join the forum discussion.
Here are scenes from the fourteenth day of spring practice.
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Several players have made improvement this spring. Here's a quick look at seven players whose names continue popping up for making strides.