What's Next?

Many, many years ago, before the Internet, when ‘BAMA Magazine was about the only publication really covering recruiting in Alabama, the Crimson Tide finished up with another good recruiting class. The day after Signing Day, I got a call from one of my good recruiting sources with a list of top upcoming seniors in the Southeast. "I need to give it a rest," I protested. My source said, "You can't rest for one day. You'll get too far behind."

And whenever I feel like taking a break from Alabama recruiting coverage, I remember that good advice. ‘BAMA and BamaMag.com reporters don't rest for a day.

It's not so much that you might want to know about the top upcoming seniors this week. It's because when you do want to know about them, you'll be able to go to ‘BAMA Magazine and BamaMag.com and get the information you want.

Our team–Andrew Bone, Mitch Dobbs, and I–have already met to talk about upcoming issues of the magazine and upcoming coverage on BamaMag.com

Speaking of the magazine, if you want to get the special 'BAMA Recruiting Guide (specificially geared to Crimson Tide recruiting) and the Scout Recruiting Guide (national recruiting publication), you have only a few more days to buy (or upgrade to) the Total Access Pass. Sign up now.

We're not finished with 2005-06 recruiting. We'll be following up with in-depth stories on Alabama's signees, keeping you up-do-date on their academics, plans to move to Tuscaloosa, etc.

And we're already off-and-running on the future.

That includes the upcoming football recruiting class, but there's more.

We'll keep you informed of other Tide sports, particularly men's basketball and baseball.

The Crimson Tide men's basketball team of Coach Mark Gottfried signed four new players in November, but Bama still has plenty of room for signees and could add as many as three more newcomers in the April signing period.

No one covers Alabama football practice like ‘BAMA and BamaMag.com. Every day there are at least two ‘BAMA/BamaMag.com reporters, sometimes the only reporters. We never miss a practice. And you get the benefit of the stories that day and the insight of being there. Spring practice begins February 24 and continues through the A-Day Game on April 1. After that, we'll be covering off-season workouts and summer drills.

And independent analysis recently ranked Scout Media, of which ‘BAMA and BamaMag.com are a part, as number one in the nation in coverage of recruiting. That's not just in January. It's all year long. And it's more than just recruiting. It's all sports coverage and features, videos and chats, and expert analysis.

All year long.

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