West Alabama head football coach Will Hall once stated, "I will build this program with athletes from Mississippi junior colleges and the Alabama high school ranks."
After just one season as head coach, Hall's plan seems to be a huge success in the making. The Tigers struck gold when they signed Matt Willis, Otha Foster and Andy Nations from the junior college ranks in 2011. In addition, Hall landed the eventual starter at quarterback, Kyle Caldwell, from Dadeville (Ala.) High School.
Those four players played a huge role in leading UWA to their second playoff appearance in three years.
After months of being recruited by colleges and universities from all around the United States, numerous high school senior student athletes will sign a letter of intent tomorrow and continue their football journey.
Hall's 2012 recruiting class is shaping up to be even better than his first. So far, 15 junior college athletes and one Division I transfer have signed with the Tigers.
The class will grow even larger with the addition of student-athletes from the high school ranks and possibly more transfers.
After losing several key players from last season, Hall is likely hoping to not only replace the talent he lost but add much-needed depth as well.
Here is a projection of what the Tigers' roster should look like after National Signing Day 2012.