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  • #101 by jbcarol on 03 Feb 2017
  • #102 by DeltaBoy on 03 Feb 2017
  • SEC Network ‏@SECNetwork 22h22 hours ago

    For the ninth-straight year, Alabama finished with a top-3 class. http://bit.ly/23L17oa 



    Same Crap differant class. Uncle Nick gets all he wants 99.9% of the time.
  • #103 by jbcarol on 04 Feb 2017

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    Epps, the nation’s No. 6 tight end from Dekaney High School (Houston), has reopened his recruitment but Alabama still remains his No. 1 school, his father Wisley told SEC Country. Epps’ primary recruiter when he committed to Alabama was former defensive line coach Bo Davis. When Davis resigned, former wide receivers coach Billy Napier took over his recruitment. Epps didn’t have any strong relationships with the staff after Napier left.

    Epps said Michigan, Florida State, Ohio State and Texas were the schools he communicated with the most.

    Crimson Tide signed two tight ends in the Class of 2017 in 4-star prospect Major Tennison and 3-star prospect Kedrick James, but Alabama has shown interest in several tight ends in the Class of 2018, including Epps and 4-star prospects Will Mallory, Tyneil Hopper and Mustapha Muhammad.

    With the loss of Epps, Alabama is down to four commitments in the Class of 2018.
  • #104 by jbcarol on 18 Mar 2017

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    former Alabama signee Kendell Jones cried after Alabama's 45-41 loss to Clemson in the College Football Playoff National Championship.

    Known as "The Hulk," the Class of 2016 4-star defensive tackle failed to qualify when he signed with Nick Saban's Crimson Tide.

    But the 6-foot-5, 380-pound Jones isn't giving up on his dream to enroll in Tuscaloosa.

    "This was God's plan for me," Jones told SEC Country of enrolling at Copiah-Lincoln Community College. "I'm growing each day. I'm maturing each day. I'm here to make a difference for myself. I want to make sure that me not qualifying won't happen again.

    "I just told myself that God put this detour in my life for a reason. Everyone in my life -- my parents, my siblings, my coaches and friends -- told me that I still can accomplish my goals here. This is just a year-and-a-half detour. It doesn't matter. I'm here so I can get somewhere where I want to accomplish my goals."

    His goal is to sign with Alabama, though - according to the report - Fresno State, Oregon and Southern Miss have offered him.

    "The comeback is real," Jones said. "I'm still truly in love with Alabama. Coach Saban called my coach at junior college the other day and told him how they don't want to lose me. I'm doing everything possible to stay in my books and still working out trying to lose weight."

    Kendell Jones, from Killeen, Texas, gave his verbal commitment to play for the Crimson Tide in May of 2015...
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