This is a list of who is projected to be in Tuscaloosa. Though other names could surface, all of these prospects have been contacted and have confirmed they will travel to Alabama for an official visit.
Current Commitments Visiting:
Michael Johnson: Johnson made a verbal commitment to the Tide, back in the summer. This fall, Johnson attended a majority of the Alabama home football games, and had the opportunity to become friends with several future teammates. He has the frame to project at offensive tackle.
Marlon Davis: Davis was scheduled to visit Alabama last weekend, but decided to push his visit back to this weekend. Davis was thinking about taking a few other visits, but is now 100% committed to the Tide. He was well known on the gridiron for pancake blocks, and projects as an interior lineman.
Clarence Ward: The Alabama coaching staff was thrilled when Ward announced his verbal commitment to the Tide. The four star recruit is rated as the thirteenth best defensive back in the country by Scout.com. Ward is one of the top players added to the top ranked defensive back recruiting class in the country.
Brandon Fanney: Fanney was not highly publicized coming out of high school, but has made a name for himself this past year at Hargrave. He had a phenomenal year starting every game at Hargrave. Fanney will make his first trip to Tuscaloosa since last year's official visit.
Lorenzo Washington: Last year, one of the biggest names to commit was Zo Washington. Washington committed to the Tide on Countdown to Signing Day, in Atlanta, Georgia. This fall, he was the star at the Hargrave combine. Clocked with a 4.85 forty and a 4.05 shuttle, which was the fastest time at any position. Washington already bleeds crimson, and is anxious to get to Tuscaloosa.
Prospects Visiting: (3)
Andrew Friedman: Friedman is one of the top placekickers in the South. He is holding an offer from West Virginia and has been invited to walk-on for the Crimson Tide. Friedman loves Alabama, and the Tide staff hopes he will walk-on and earn a scholarship in the future.
Swayze Waters: Waters is a top punter from Jackson, Mississippi. As a senior, Waters averaged 42.9 yards a punt, and was named All-State by the Clarion-Ledger.
Quentin Taylor: The standout linebacker from Apopka High School, Florida, has mentioned Alabama as one of his favorites for the past few months. Recently, Taylor was invited for an official visit to Alabama. This fall, Taylor recorded 95 tackles.