Visitors headed to T-town
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.
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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