Alabama Football: Predictions for Remaining Uncommitted Targets
Alabama has already put together one of the top recruiting classes in the nation. Amazingly, there are still a few more prospects considering the Tide.
This seems to be what happens after a team wins consecutive national championships.
The rich got even richer on Tuesday as top linebacker Reuben Foster chose Alabama over Auburn, according to Kipp Adams of ESPN.
Of course, not every top recruit will choose to play in Tuscaloosa. Here are final predictions for targets considering Alabama on national signing day.
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Alvin Kamara, RB
The talented running back is both quick and powerful, but he also can contribute in the passing game better than any other player at his position on the roster.
Alvin Kamara spent a lot of time at Alabama during multiple visits and seems really comfortable with the program. This will likely push him to select the Crimson Tide over Georgia.
Montravius Adams, DT
Most are speculating that Montravius Adams will end up in the SEC. Since he is one of the top defensive tackles in the nation, this makes sense as he would join a great line of dominant defenders in the country's best conference.
However, he is still interested in Clemson as well as Alabama, Georgia and Auburn. According to Charles Goldberg of Al.com, he also said about the ACC school, "I can see myself there. I love everything about it."
Adams might prefer early playing time over tradition.
Dee Liner, DT
The aptly-named Dee Liner is one of the quicker tackles in the country, although he will probably need to redshirt and put on more weight to be successful. However, he would still be a big addition for Nick Saban.
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After he decommitted from Auburn, he immediately said that Alabama was in play for his services. Although the Crimson Tide have offers out to a few defensive tackles who will be making decisions on national signing day, Liner is one of the more solid bets to sign.
Laremy Tunsil, OT
With a great frame and strong technique, Laremy Tunsil is one of the top offensive line prospects in the nation. He was considering Alabama and Georgia, but it appears that a late push by Ole Miss seems to have gotten to him.
Fox Sports' Scott Kennedy went even further:
Don't know if this is out there already or not, but I'm hearing 5-Star OT Laremy Tunsil is a done deal to Ole Miss. mississippi.scout.com— Scott Kennedy (@ScoutKennedy) February 1, 2013
Prediction: Ole Miss
Eddie Vanderdoes, DT
As someone that can not only clog the middle of the field but also get into the backfield, Eddie Vanderdoes is a priority for every team involved.
He is considering Alabama, Notre Dame and UCLA, and each provide something different for the elite player. However, Notre Dame has a great mix of talented players to show him the way as well as an open future for playing time.
This would not make up for the blowout in the title game, but it would help Irish fans a little.
Prediction: Notre Dame
A'Shawn Robinson, DT
According to Greg Ostendorf of ESPN, A'Shawn Robinson had Texas, Alabama and USC in his final three. He decommitted from Texas and said he is no longer considering USC.
Unless something strange happens, he should be a member of the Crimson Tide on Sunday.
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