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2017 five-star LB Dylan Moses indicated that Alabama is currently the leader in the clubhouse for his services.

Moses committed to LSU as an eighth-grader. That's perhaps the most frightening sentence ever written in the history of mankind. Predictably, he's re-opened the recruiting process, as it was never realistic that he would hold to that LSU commitment for four years (though he could circle back around to it). For the time being, he's leaning toward the Tide. "Alabama is still my leader because they are more structured. They have very good discipline over there so they get their kids doing what they have to do," said the 6-foot-1, 213-pounder. In addition to Bama, he listed Texas, Florida, Georgia, UCLA and USC as potential schools to watch. Rivals ranks Moses as their No. 4 overall prospect for the 2017 class.
Feb 8 - 4:41 PM

2017 four-star WR Tee Higgins de-committed from Tennessee.

Higgins had been committed to the Volunteers since August. He'll have another year to mull over his decision before he officially signs with a school for the 2017 cycle. In a Twitter post, the 6-foot-3, 175-pound wideout indicated that Tennessee isn't completely out of the running for his services, merely that he's reassessing his various options. Scout.com refers to their No. 41 recruiting prospect for the next cycle as "an elite talent." Wherever he ultimately lands, he could make an immediate difference thanks to his ability in the vertical passing game and impeccable body control.
Feb 4 - 8:28 PM

Michigan State did not receive four-star DE commitment Auston Robertson's National Letter of Intent on Wednesday.

On the morning of National Signing Day, Robertson tweeted "Michigan state is still my number one but I'm am [sic] re-opening my options." The delay likely stems from a misdemeanor charge against him in Indiana, as he's reportedly being accused of touching a female classmate inappropriately. On Wednesday, HC Mark Dantonio hinted that they might be adding one more player in addition to their Signing Day haul. He was probably alluding to the 6-foot-4, 262-pound Robertson.
Feb 4 - 2:37 PM

For the third time in the last month, five-star WR Demetris Robertson couldn't make a scheduled visit to Alabama.

Robertson made a visit to Georgia Tech over the weekend and planned to drop in on the Crimson Tide Sunday. The latter part of the plan fell through. Said Robertson's older brother and guardian, Carlos Robertson, "We were considering visiting Alabama after Georgia Tech but logistics and timing of things didn't work in our favor." The 6-foot-1, 180-pound wideout has indicated that he plans on visiting the defending champs (and also Georgia) before he signs with a school, meaning he'll be one of a handful of high school recruits to land after National Signing Day on Wednesday. He's made official visits to Cal, Notre Dame and now Georgia Tech.
Source: Rivals.com
Jan 31 - 5:45 PM

Notre Dame drove its 18-wheel equipment truck to the house of five-star WR Demetris Robertson.

Well. That's one way to make an impression. It had the desired effect on Robertson, who said, "I couldn’t believe it, I’m still shocked. I didn’t get a chance to see what was in it, because I had to hurry off to school." The 6-foot-1, 180-pound wideout's ranked No. 65 on ESPN 300's breakdown of the top recruits in the country. Scout.com see him as a "top athlete who could project as a free safety, wide receiver or slot on the next level." He's currently deciding between Cal and Notre Dame, among others.
Source: ESPN.com
Jan 28 - 6:01 PM

Four-star RB Brandon Stephens de-committed from Stanford on Thursday.

Alabama was thought to be a potential front-runner for Stephens' services before he committed to Stanford in the fall, so we'll see if the 6-foot, 200-pound recruit--No. 20 RB in the country by 247Sports' composite rankings--opts for the Crimson Tide. He's also been chased by Big-12 rivals Texas and Oklahoma. As a senior at Plano High in Texas, Stephens rushed for 1,389 yards (6.3 YPC) and 15 touchdowns.
Jan 23 - 6:55 PM

High school freshman Dylan Moses committed to LSU on Sunday.

The 15-year-old from Baton Rouge chose to stay home over offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State and Texas, amongst many others. Moses, who appeared on the cover of July's ESPN The Magazine, ran a 4.46 second 40-yard dash at LSU's camp in July 2012 as a 14-year-old. Already 6-foot-1, 213-pounds, Moses is expected to play running back or linebacker at the next level.
Source: ESPN.com
Mon, Sep 23, 2013 01:30:00 PM


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