Visitors headed to T-town

The University of Alabama's class of 2010 is nearly full with the coaching staff targeting several prospects from across the country. The Crimson Tide will host the Arkansas Razorbacks for their SEC opener this weekend with numerous prospects expected to attend the game as unofficial visitors.


Commitments:
Scout.com has confirmed throughout the week several of the Tide commitments who will visit for the game including Deion Belue, three-star cornerback from Deshler, Jalston Fowler, four-star fullback from Vigor, Nick Perry, four-star safety from Prattville, Craig Sanders, four-star defensive end from Ariton, Wilson Love, three-star defensive tackle from Mountain Brook, Harrison Jones, three-star tight end from Cordova-Evangelical Christian, Tenn., Austin Shepherd, three-star offensive guard from Suwanee-North Gwinnett, Ga., and Brent Calloway, 2011 National 100 outside linebacker from Russellville.

Uncommitted Prospects:
The uncommitted prospects scheduled to visit include C.J. Mosley, Scout.com four-star outside linebacker from Theodore. Mosley has Alabama and Auburn at the top of his list, but isn't ready to make a decision.

An out-of-state prospect scheduled to attend is Hutson Mason, Scout.com three-star quarterback from Marrietta-Lassiter, Ga.

Several 2011 players expected for the game:
Gadsden City plans to send Darryl Collins, wide receiver, Alonzo Harris, running back and Anthony Swain, safety. All three of these players are receiving a lot of attention from schools across the South.

Brandon Wells, quarterback from Calera, is having a big season and a lot of schools are taking notice. Anthony Gardner, from Pleasant Grove, will rank as one of the top running backs in the state.

Other in-state players expected include Reese Dismukes, offensive guard from Spanish Fort, Antonio Humphrey from Montgomery-Carver and Desmond Willis, middle linebacker from Lincoln.

Tide already recruiting for 2012:
The state of Alabama projects to have a loaded class in 2012, and the Tide coaching staff is already looking at several. Jameis Winston, quarterback from Hueytown, Reggie Ragland, outside linebacker from Madison-Bob Jones and Justin Shanks, defensive end from Prattville and T.J. Yeldon, running back from Daphne, are a few who are planning the trip to Tuscaloosa.

Arie Kouandjio, Scout.com three-star offensive tackle from Hyattsville-Dematha Catholic, Md., was tentatively planning to visit unofficially. He is not expected this weekend.

This is not a finalized or an official list of prospects who are taking unofficial visits to the Capstone for the SEC match-up with Arkansas.

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