2017 Alabama Basketball Recruiting Prospects
- A.P. Steadham | BamaMag05/31/2017
Avery Johnson spoke to the media on Wednesday afternoon at the Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa site of the 2017 SEC Spring Meetings in Miramar Beach, Florida. He has generated an increased interest in the Alabama basketball program his first two seasons. The Tide faithful has reason for optimism as the incoming 2017 recruiting class is ranked sixth nationally by Scout.com.
- Evan Daniels, Brian Snow and Josh Gershon | Scout Hoops04/18/2017
On Wednesday, Scout's basketball recruiting team -- Evan Daniels, Brian Snow and Josh Gershon -- updated the 2017 top 100. With changes in the player rankings there are changes in the team rankings. Kentucky sits at No. 1, while UCLA and Arizona round out the top three.
- Evan Daniels | Scout Hoops04/09/2017
TIGARD, Ore. -- Michael Porter and Mohamed Bamba were impressive at the Nike Hoop Summit festivities, but so were Collin Sexton, Jaren Jackson, Lindell Wigginton and Jarred Vanderbilt. Here's five big takeaways from Hoop Summit week.
- A.P. Steadham | BamaMag03/17/2017
Crimson Tide basketball is banking on an infusion of talent from the 2017 signing class. Three of the incoming prospects appeared in the Alabama-Mississippi HS All-Star Classic held in Montgomery on Friday evening.
- Evan Daniels | Scout Hoops11/06/2016
The first of two signing periods begin on Wednesday and runs through the 16th. There are 30 available prospects in Scout's 2017 top 100. Below is our breakdown of where each available top 100 prospect stands in their recruitments, when they took their official visits and when they plan on announcing.
- A.P. Steadham | BamaMag10/19/2016
Locking down the borders is a priority for any Alabama basketball coach seeking a successful tenure at The Capstone. Avery Johnson is in a recruiting battle to land a high-profile in-state player contemplating a migration to Bluegrass Country, Kentucky. The two-team jump ball scenario will soon be decided during the early November (9th through 16th) signing period. Inking nationally hailed home grown talent has historically correlated to the Crimson Tide program prospering.
- A.P. Steadham | BamaMag10/08/2016
Alabama basketball received good news Friday afternoon as 2017 prospect Galin Smith verbally pledged a commitment to the program. The 6-9, 225 pound front court player chose the Crimson Tide over the Green Wave of Tulane.