Alphonse Taylor: The Mobile-Davidson, Ala. defensive lineman committed to Florida State Monday morning. Taylor saw coaches from Alabama and LSU visit his school after his verbal pledge. He will not take any other trips and 100-percent committed to the Seminoles.
Prattville, Ala.: The 6A powerhouse program has plenty of top prospects including Justin Shanks, Justin Thomas (Alabama commitment), Caleb Gulledge (Alabama commitment), DeAntawn Lawrence, Jay Minor and Austin Golson (2013 Florida State commitment). Auburn, Florida State
and Samford visited Prattville Monday. LSU and Tennessee plan to visit this week. Alabama plans to visit next Monday.
Kwon Alexander: The nation's No. 1 outside linebacker from Oxford, Ala., saw Alabama at his school Monday. He expects several visitors throughout the week.
Beniquez Brown: The highly touted- linebacker from Florence, Ala., received a visit from Alabama wide receivers coach Mike Groh Monday. The Tide was the first and only school to visit. Brown expects several more visitors this week.
Dee Liner: Alabama stopped by Monday to see the elite 2013 defensive tackle from Muscle Shoals, Ala.
Geno Smith: The National 100 cornerback from Atlanta-St. Pius X, saw coaches today from Notre Dame, Texas, Miami, Georgia Tech,
Memphis and Oklahoma. He knows Georgia will visit Wednesday.
Jamichael Winston: One of the most intriguing prospects in the South is the Vigor defensive end. He missed his entire junior season
due to injury, but has collected several offers. He saw coach Jeremy Pruitt from Alabama, and coach Buddy Anderson from Southern Miss on Monday. The coaches
are also checking out defensive end Darius Philon, jumbo athlete, Paul Kyles and cornerback Titus Whitsett
Brian Kimbrow: The state of Tennessee's top prospect had one school stop by his school today, Notre Dame. The Fighting Irish also checked out athlete Will Redmond.
Jameis Winston: The five-star and No. 2 signal caller in the country saw coaches visit Monday from Alabama, Florida State and Ole Miss. Winston's visitors
included Alabama's Sal Sunseri, Florida State's Dameyune Craig and Ole Miss assistant coach Mike Markuson.
Tyler Nero: The Escambia County product's junior film has been making the rounds, and offers have started to pour in for the elite prospect. Auburn visited Nero
Monday. He expects visitors from Alabama, Arkansas and Georgia this week. Nero has offers from Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Illinois
and South Alabama.
Kyron Samuels: The nephew of a former NFL All-Pro, Chris Samuels, is one of the best offensive linemen in Alabama. He moves to center this spring and numerous coaches
are waiting to see how he performs. Samuels expects visitors later this week from Alabama, Mississippi State, Southern Miss and South Alabama. He asked coaches to visit
later this week when Fairhope goes full pads.
Alex Dale: The cornerback saw Mississippi State assistant coach Angelo Mirando Monday at Memphis University School. He expects Cincinnati, Louisville and Western Kentucky to visit.
Greyson Lambert: The four-star quarterback, from Jesup-Wayne County, Ga., received an offer Monday from South Carolina. Gamecock assistant coach Jeep
Hunter visited Lambert on Monday. He expects to see Miami on Tuesday. Lambert has been told Alabama, Clemson and Virginia will visit during the coming
Caleb Azubike: The Nashville defensive end saw several coaches Monday visit McGavock High School. Visitors included Wake Forest, Kentucky and Vanderbilt. Several schools
including Tennessee, Virginia, UCLA, Mississippi State and Michigan plan to visit during the next few weeks.
Bradley Bozeman: One of the top 2013 offensive lineman in the South. The Handley High School standout has already received an offer from Auburn.
South Alabama was the first school to visit this spring.
Chris Black: National 100 wide receiver from First Coast High school did not have any visitors Monday, but school was out today. Black expects
South Florida at the school Tuesday and several more throughout the week.
C.J. Perry: Bessemer (Ala.) Academy begins spring practice Tuesday. Perry expects coaches from Southern Miss, Middle Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, SMU and Arkansas State to visit this week. He believes Middle Tennessee and Wake Forest are close to offering.
Javiie Mitchell: The Leeds, Ala., linebacker had a couple of Alabama coaches at his school Monday, Coach Bobby Williams and coach Kirby Smart.
Mitchell reports offers from Alabama, Auburn, Southern Miss and UAB.
Andrew Jelks: The Henry County, Tenn. offensive lineman has seen Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Ole Miss and Memphis in the past week. Duke plans to visit this week.
Cory Batey: The wide receiver from Nashville-Ensworth, Tenn. has received SEC offers from Kentucky and Vanderbilt. This week he expects Mississippi State to visit and hoping for an offer from the Bulldogs.
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