Markee Drummer was scheduled for an official visit, but will reschedule.
Lee Smith (Tennessee verbal commit)
Michael Goggans (Tennessee verbal commit)
Several Alabama verbal commits will attend the game and assist the Tide coaching staff in recruiting including Tremayne Coger, Andy Davis, Charlie Higgenbotham, LaBronski Hutchins, Charlie Kirschman, Bryan Motley, Taylor Pharr, David Ross and Nikita Stover.
Scout.com's No.1 offensive lineman in the country, Andre Smith, is not tipping his hand as to any schools he is leaning and remains with twelve schools on his list. Smith will not travel to Tuscaloosa Saturday, but has been keeping a close eye on the Tide throughout the season.
"Alabama has a really good team this year," said Andre Smith. "They have great tradition down there, and they are working extremely hard. Their hard work is paying off."
"I am not surprised at all they are undefeated. They have a lot of great talent down there. If everyone plays like they should, then they should not lose one game," Smith added.
"I have not been anywhere since the Alabama-Florida game," he said. "I am not going to the Alabama-Tennessee game this weekend. I really don't have any games planned anytime soon. The one game I know I will go to for sure is the Iron Bowl."
Smith is having a hard time eliminating any school from his list of twelve as he said, "It's still the same twelve schools (Alabama, Auburn, Arkansas, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Miami, Oklahoma, Tennessee, USC and Vanderbilt). I really don't know when I will narrow things down."
Smith was named U.S. Army High School All-American and will play in the nationally televised game January 7. Huffman will host Shades Valley Friday night.
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