Stacked A-Day visitors list highlighted by 5-star prospects and recruits committed elsewhere

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Alabama will have its spring game this Saturday, which means the Crimson Tide will host some of the nation’s top prospects inside Bryant-Denny Stadium. A-Day is one of Alabama’s biggest recruiting weekends, and this one is no different.


The team is expected to host six recruits who have committed elsewhere, several 5-star prospects and some of its top overall targets in the Class of 2018 and 2019. Several of the team’s 2017 signees are also going to be in Tuscaloosa, too.


Here is who is expected in Tuscaloosa on Saturday:


2017 Alabama commits/signees

Chris Allen, 4-star linebacker, Baton Rouge, La.


Joseph Bulovas, 3-star kicker, Mandeville, La.


Hunter Brannon, 3-star center, Cullman, Ala.


Phidarian Mathis, 4-star defensive tackle, Monroe, La.


Kendall Randolph, 4-star offensive guard, Madison, Ala.


Henry Ruggs, 4-star wide receiver, Montgomery, Ala.


Jedrick Wills, 4-star offensive tackle, Lexington, Ky.


2018/2019 Alabama commits
Jordan Davis is celebrating his birthday on Saturday inside Bryant-Denny Stadium. (Chris Kirschner/SEC Country)

Jordan Davis, 4-star defensive end/outside linebacker, Memphis


Trey Sanders, 2019 4-star athlete, Bradenton, Fla.


Xavier Williams, 4-star wide receiver, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.


2018 prospects committed elsewhere

Emil Ekiyor, 4-star offensive guard, Indianapolis — Michigan


Malik Heath, 4-star wide receiver, Callaway, Miss. — Mississippi State


Kelvin Joseph, 4-star cornerback, Baton Rouge, La. — LSU


Evan McPherson, unranked kicker, Fort Payne, Ala. — Mississippi State


Christian Meadows, 3-star offensive guard, Montezuma, Ga. — Florida State


Otis Reese, 4-star safety, Leesburg, Ga. — Michigan


Alabama targets with Tide offer

Jerome Carvin, 3-star offensive tackle, Cordova, Tenn.


Lejond Cavazos, 2020 safety, Cibolo, Texas


Jacob Copeland, 4-star wide receiver, Pensacola, Fla.


Andres Fox, 3-star defensive end, Mobile, Ala.


Matthew Hill, 4-star athlete, Snellville, Ga.


Coynis Miller is one of Alabama’s top defensive tackle targets in the Class of 2018. (Chris Kirschner/SEC Country)

Tyneil Hopper, 4-star tight end, Roswell, Ga.


Jaycee Horn, 3-star cornerback, Alpharetta, Ga.


Vernon Jackson, 3-star defensive end, Boling, Texas


Harold Joiner, 4-star running back, Mountain Brook, Ala. — maybe


Cameron Latu, 4-star outside linebacker, Salt Lake City


Devonta Lee, 2019 4-star wide receiver, Amite, La.


Myles Mason, 4-star safety, Pleasant Grove, Ala.


Coynis Miller, 4-star defensive tackle, Birmingham, Ala.


Jaylen McCollough, 2019 4-star safety, Powder Springs, Ga.


Nicholas Petit-Frere, 4-star offensive tackle, Tampa


Pierce Quick, 2019 4-star offensive tackle, Trussvile, Ala.


Jammie Robinson, 2019 defensive back, Cordele, Ga.


Justyn Ross, 5-star wide receiver, Phenix City, Ala.


Taulia Tagovailoa, 4-star quarterback, Alabaster, Ala.


Christian Tutt, 4-star cornerback, Thomson, Ga.


Reuben Unije, 4-star offensive tackle, Bradenton, Fla.


Quay Walker, 4-star outside linebacker, Cordele, Ga.


Brian Williams, 5-star safety, Dallas


2018 prospects without Alabama offer

Chase Adams, linebacker, Wetumpka, Ala.


Keedrick Adams, wide receiver, Wetumpka, Ala.


Braxton Barker, quarterback, Hoover, Ala.


Reco Bozeman, linebacker, Wetumpka, Ala.


Khamari Brown, defensive tackle, Hoover, Ala.


Mo Edwards, wide receiver, Alabaster, Ala.


Kelton Elmore, linebacker, Wetumpka, Ala.


DeAndre Ezell, athlete, Wetumpka, Ala.


Jaelyn Fleming, running back, Gadsden City, Ala.


Dillon Hayes, long snapper, Pearl, Miss.


Sam Holmes, wide receiver, Alabaster, Ala.


Talanoa Hufanga, 4-star athlete, Corvallis, Ore.


Camron Johnson, Brentwood, Tenn.


Allen Love, 3-star defensive end, Birmingham, Ala.


Asa Martin, 4-star running back, Decatur, Ala. — maybe


Jeff Marks, defensive lineman, Davidson, Ala.


 


Asa Martin is the top-ranked running back in the state of Alabama. (Chris Kirschner/SEC Country)

Zakoby McClain, 4-star outside linebacker, Valdosta, Ga.


 


Roger McCreary, athlete, Williamson, Ala.


Mackie McNeal, defensive tackle, Alabaster, Ala.


Jaylen Rayam, outside linebacker, Alabaster, Ala.


KJ Robertson, outside linebacker, Alabaster, Ala.


Tim Robinson, outside linebacker, Callaway, Miss.


Kavosiey Smoke, athlete, Wetumpka, Ala.


Nahe Sulunga, defensive lineman, Calabasas, Calif.


Nick Turner, athlete, Wetumpka, Ala.


James Williams, defensive tackle, Callaway, Miss.


Jamontavius Woods, wide receiver, Gadsden City, Ala.


Alondae Vasser, wide receiver, Alabaster, Ala.


2019 prospects without Alabama offer

Colton Adams, linebacker, Wetumpka, Ala.


Shadrick Byrd, running back, Alabaster, Ala.


Aaron Duncan, offensive lineman, Leighton, Ala.


Samuel Goldthreate, cornerback, Gadsden City, Ala.


Kaedon Jenkins, athlete, Piedmont, Ala.


Amari Kight, offensive tackle, Alabaster, Ala.


PJ Lucas, defensive lineman, Prattville, Ala.


Charles Moore, 4-star defensive end, Louisville, Miss.


Nehemiah Pritchett, defensive back, Jackson, Ala.


Jaden Smith, linebacker, Bessemer City, Ala.


Corey Strother, linebacker, Bessemer City, Ala.


DeAnthony Walker, linebacker, Vigor, Ala.


Calvin Williams, defensive back, Gadsden City, Ala.


Jamontez Woods, running back, Gadsden City, Ala.


2020 prospects

Jack Brandon, quarterback, Cansius, N.Y.


Brett Neatt, quarterback, Cottage Hill, Ala.


Mike Robertson, athlete, Savannah, Ga.


Alabama walk-ons

Jordan Harris, offensive tackle, Poplarville, Miss.


Galen Richardson, offensive lineman, Walton, Ga.


Carter Selzer, tight end, Rockhurst, Mo.


Cole Weaver, linebacker, Brewer, Ala.


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