Ellenwood (Ga.) Cedar Grove offensive lineman Netori Johnson, projected as a guard by Scout, capped Monday's news with a commitment to the Crimson Tide.
"I just committed to Alabama," he said. "It's a great opportunity, I love it.
"Heck yea! I'm excited...just real excited."
"I picked it up at camp today," he said. "I worked out at guard, but I play tackle, too. They like my footwork, my speed, how I move, how I have loose hips and how aggressive I was.
"Then they pulled me out of camp, took me to Nick Saban's office and told me about the offer."
Johnson delivered the news to Saban moments after the offer was on the table.
"I love their environment," he said as to why. "The linemen, I get along with them and they showed mad love. I like it, it's where I want to go."
Johnson is Alabama's third class of 2017 commitment and second of the camp, popping just about an hour after fellow rising-junior D.D. Bowie did.
"Big kid, what stands out immediately is his size and the way he can move. He pulls a lot, can get to the second level and he uses his size to his advantage," Scout.com National Recruiting Analyst Chad Simmons said. "He's still raw and need to improve his punch, pad level and technique, but it's easy to see why he has the offers he has."