TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- They're talented. So, so talented. With 19 ESPN 300 signees -- three more than any other school and twice the average of the SEC -- there is no doubt that Alabama has the most stacked recruiting class in college football.
about 1623 days ago | Alex Scarborough | NCF On The Trail
Who's next? That's the question asked by fan bases across the SEC. They all want to know which top recruit is most likely to come in and play right away. Who are the newcomers who are going to see the field early this fall?
about 1860 days ago | Greg Ostendorf | Texas A&M Aggies
Not everyone takes a head start. In January, Alabama welcomed eight early enrollees to campus for the spring semester. But those eight freshmen represent less than one-third of the Crimson Tide's 2014 signing class.
about 1869 days ago | Alex Scarborough | Alabama Crimson Tide
Three things we learned in the spring about the Alabama Crimson Tide: 1. No leader at QB: Blake Sims was said to have made strides as a passer, but he took a serious step back at A-Day, throwing two interceptions.
about 1904 days ago | Alex Scarborough | Alabama Crimson Tide
With national signing day in the books, RecruitingNation is looking at the top position classes. For the full series, click here. Nationally (and SEC) The top class of defensive backs goes to Alabama, by a landslide.
about 1975 days ago | Gerry Hamilton | NCF On The Trail
Editor's note: This is Part I in a weeklong series looking at Alabama's top five position groups with room to improve. TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- The struggle was obvious. Without a premier cornerback to rely upon, Alabama's defense wasn't the same.
about 1976 days ago | Alex Scarborough | Alabama Crimson Tide
Now that the fax machines are quiet, the 2014 signing classes have been announced and before we start looking ahead to 2015, let's take a moment to examine how each of the SEC schools did in filling immediate needs via recruiting.
about 1987 days ago | Chris Low | NCF On The Trail