Devonta Pollard, five-star forward from the Magnolia State, commits to the University of Alabama. He is ranked the fifth best small forward in the country, a McDonald's All-American, and Mr. Basketball for the state of Miss.
A couple of great articles by writers on the network, BamaMag.com and FoxSportsNext, to learn more about Pollard and the impact on the Crimson Tide program.
The second ranked Alabama men's golf team scored a 3-1 victory against Kent State in the first day of match play action at the NCAA Championship Tournament in Pacific Palisades, Calif., and moved into the semifinals of the national championship event. READ HERE
Locke's homer one of the keys to Tide's softball win READ HERE
Danny Mattingly, outside linebacker/tight end from the state of Washington, is quoted about his football scholarship offer from the 2011 BCS National Champions. READ HERE
CommitmentsIra Denson commits to Florida State
Nigel Bowden flips from Vanderbilt to Georgia Tech
Frank Herron commits to LSU
Uriah LeMay to UGA
Jahmere Irvin-Sills to Auburn
The Opening: Four new invites for #THEOPENING from Memphis #NFTC - RB Altee Tenpenny, WR Paul Harris, LB Marcus Robinson and DB Noel Ellis #GOTOPEN
Cecil Hurt: Pollard is the fifth national Top 50 player to choose an SEC school this year. The other four are going to Kentucky.
Rod Walker: Strange but true: Mississippi has produced 15 McDonald's All-Americans. None have ever actually played for a college in Mississippi.
Tommy Deas: Alabama will play Sunday and must lose twice to not make it to best-of-three national championship series. [softball]