Reese Dismukes ready to announce
Reese Dismukes will announce his college decision at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Spanish Fort High School. Dismukes has visited the two in-state SEC programs several times and ready to move forward with his decision.
Auburn picked up a couple of commitments in February from three-star cornerback Izauea Lanier from East Mississippi in Scooba who is a re-sign, and three-star offensive guard Spencer Region from Cullman High School.
The Tigers added one in March from Anthony Swain who is a safety prospect from Gadsden (Ala.) City. The most recent came last week from three-star offensive guard Thomas O'Reilly from Marietta-Pope, Ga.
The Tide picked up their first two commitments from in-state prospects in 2009 with four-star wide receiver Marvin Shinn from Prichard-Vigor and four-star outside linebacker Brent Calloway from Russellville. Alabama will re-sign Quinton Dial who is a defensive tackle from East Mississippi in Scooba.
It was February when the Tide added another commitment when three-star middle linebacker Shannon Brown, from Cook County High School in Adel, Ga., pledged his signature.
Two commitments joined in March from in-state wide receivers in LeFlore's three-star Danny Woodson, Jr. and Gadsden City's three-star Darryl Collins.
The Tide has been on a roll since tax day in April with five commitments joining the class of 2010. Malcolm Faciane, tight end from Memorial High School in Picayune, Miss., committed last Thursday to kick-off the weekend prior to A-Day.
Saturday morning saw five-star safety Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix, from Dr. Phillips in Orlando, and four-star defensive end LaMichael Fanning, from Auburn, announce before the spring game.
The weekend wasn't finished when Sunday night four-star Jabriel Washington, from Trinity Christian Academy in Jackson, Tenn., announced his college decision.
D.J. Pettway, three-star defensive tackle from Pensacola (Fla.) Catholic, called Tuscaloosa Monday morning to give his surprise commitment.
Reese Dismukes, who is rated the No. 3 center prospect in the country, will join one of the two classes come Wednesday afternoon. Stay tuned to Scout.com for complete coverage of his announcement.
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