Here Is Friday Night Lights Plan

Friday Night Lights is about to embark on yet another season here on, and I've put together what I feel is a pretty good schedule with games involving Alabama prospects. Check it out:

Aug. 31: Carver Montgomery at Prattville: While Carver's quarterback Jeremy Johnson is bound for Auburn, the Wolverines feature junior prospect Devin Hamilton at MLB. Prattville tackle Austin Gholson seems firm to FSU, but Alabama continues to show interest.

Sept. 7: Piedmont at Ashville: Ashville do-it-all QB E.J. Moss could play a number of positions, but quarterback is his first love. Piedmont LB Jamie Major has several D-1 offers.

Sept. 14: Woodland at Fultondale: This will be FNL's first look at Fultondale Ath/Tide pledge Ardarrius Stewart. You hate to use David Palmer's name as a comparison, but…

Sept. 21: Hoover at Northridge: Two of America's, much less Alabama's, top juniors go at it in a game featuring Hoover CB Marlon Humphrey and Northridge RB Bo Scarborough.

Sept. 28: Auburn at Gadsden City: Who knows where the recruitment of current Bama commitment Reuben Foster will be by this time? We will check it out in person.

Oct. 5: Mortimer Jordan at Moody: What? FNL couldn't find a better game than this, you ask? Well, please consider that Mortimer Jordan features athletic quarterback Devlin Hodges.

Oct: 12: Open Date. Even us grizzled Friday night veterans need a battery re-charge at times.

Oct. 19: Prattville at Oak Mountain: This week, we try to uncover some underclass talent on both teams you may not have heard of yet, and update Gholson's recruitment.

Oct: 26: Northridge at Bessemer City: Scarborough again, with a look at his teammate, 2013 receiver James Cox, also an SEC prospect.

11-2: Oxford at Spain Park: FNL was among, if not the first, to write about 2014 running back Racean "Rock" Thomas (at least outside Calhoun County). Alabama appears to have a great shot at the latest "Oxford Flash," with apologies to Jeh-Jeh Pruitt at Fox 6 in Birmingham.

11-9: Yet another jaunt through the AHSAA Playoffs begins, with Alabama prospects galore in the limelight.

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