Alabama Football Recruiting: The Good and Bad of National Signing Day

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Alabama Football Recruiting: The Good and Bad of National Signing Day
The addition of in-state DL Dee Liner was a big factor in propelling Alabama to earning the title as the nation's top recruiting class for 2013. Pic courtesy of 247 Sports.

As has seemingly been the case with nearly everything in the college football galaxy recently, national signing day saw the Alabama Crimson Tide win the day and emerge with the nation’s best collection of talent for the class of 2013.  

Nick Saban landed 26 recruits (plus one player that will grayshirt)—including six players tabbed as 5-star prospects according to 247 Sports Composite rankings. 

Alabama added three late pledges in the afternoon headlined by Norcross (Ga.) running back Alvin Kamara.  

However, the day was filled with ups and downs.  

Some early-morning misses were offset by the additions in the afternoon.  

Where were the Tide’s biggest hits and misses on the recruiting trail?

Find out in this recap of the good and bad for the Tide on national signing day.

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