Tons of talent in Tuscaloosa

Alabama is the top team in the land and many have viewed LSU as the biggest threat to that over the last few years. The battle continues off the field and the visitor list for Saturday's game, filled with elite prospects, reflects those notions. Get inside for more.

When the top three players in the country, and four of the top six, converge on one location for a college game, it's a big deal.

Couple that with at least nine five-stars in the class of 2014 and 2015, in addition to 20 commitments returning to Tuscaloosa, and the Alabama - LSU game may be the most talent rich destination in the country all season long.

Leonard Fournette,'s No. 1 prospect, who is heavily considering both schools, will make the trip as will fellow Louisiana product and Alabama commitment Cameron Robinson, the No. 2 player in the U.S. The third-ranked talent is Texas cornerback prospect Tony Brown, who is one of eight official visitors to Tuscaloosa, a list which includes fellow undeclared five-stars Damien Mama, Juju Smith and Michiah Quick from California.

As if that weren't enough, the top prospect in Alabama's current senior class and next senior class, five-stars Marlon Humphrey and Daron Payne, respectively, are also expected to be in attendance.

Other elite visitors include four-star tight end and Alabama legacy Tyler Luatua (official), four-star wide receiver Johnnie Dixon (official), top-five linebacker prospect Raekwon McMillan (official) as well as five-star Rashaan Evans and top Alabama targets Matthew Elam and C.J. Hampton. Plenty of eyes will also be on four-star safety Laurence Jones, who will select from the two later this month.

The above mentioned are only the beginning of the gaudy list, which keeps growing, so keep up with all of the visitors throughout the weekend in our premium member forum, or by clicking the link below.


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