Wednesday, February 5, 2014

NSD 2014: Alabama signs No. 1 recruiting class

When it comes to recruiting, no school in the nation, since 2008, has been more successful than the University of Alabama.

Signing 26 talented young men to National Letters of Intent, six of which are considered 5-star prospects, Nick Saban and company have cemented the No. 1 recruiting class in the nation for 2014.

In respect to the events of the day, the most noteworthy items are listed below...

-As mentioned in the post title, and in the text above, per all four major recruiting outlets, Alabama has signed the No. 1 class in the nation. Per, the 2014 Alabama signing class is the most decorated in history.
-Linebacker Rashaan Evans, the pride of Auburn High School, selected the University of Alabama over the likes of Auburn and UCLA. In a decision that was considered to be down to the wire, Evans announced his commitment during ESPNU's national signing day coverage. After thanking everyone involved in his recruitment, the five-star prospect announced his decision to play for the Crimson Tide...while simultaneously reaching for an Alabama hat.
-3-star safety Chris Williams, a long-standing 'Bama verbal who decommitted from UA Tuesday morning, officially signed his National Letter of Intent with the University of Central Florida.

-While not giving a verbal commitment to the Tide during the recruiting process, 3-star defensive tackle Elisha Shaw committed to Alabama this morning. Due to a serious neck injury, Shaw was unable to play during his senior campaign. Per recruiting expert Andrew Bone, Shaw, who attended Tucker High School in Atlanta, Georgia, will not sign a National Letter of Intent, but rather be placed on a medical scholarship. His future, in respect to football, is very much in doubt.
-Click HERE to see Alabama's 2014 signing class. Welcome to the future of Crimson Tide football.

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