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Alabama Football Recruiting 2017: A-Day Visitors List

This year’s A-Day should be a great one, and Nick Saban has recruits coming in from all over the country for a nice day in T-Town

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The annual A-Day is upon us. With that comes festivals, games, alumni visiting, and, of course, the actual spring game. Many top recruits will take it all in this weekend, so let's look at who should be in Tuscaloosa.

2018-2019 Alabama Commits

Trey Sanders, 4-star RB

Jordan Davis, 4-star DE

Xavier Williams, 4-star WR

2018 Committed Prospects

Kelvin Joseph, 4-star CB - LSU

Emil Ekiyor, 4-star OG - Michigan

Otis Reese, 4-star S - Michigan

Malik Heath, 4-star WR - Mississippi State

2018 Targets With An Offer

Jerome Carvin, 4-star OT

Jacob Copeland, 4-star WR

Andres Fox, 4-star DE

Tyneil Hopper, 4-star TE

Jaycee Horn, 3-star CB

Vernon Jackson, 3-star DE

Cameron Latu, 4-star LB

Myles Mason, 4-star S

Coynis Miller, 4-star DT

Nicholas Petit-Frere, 4-star OT

Justyn Ross, 5-star WR

Christian Tutt, 4-star CB

Reuben Unije, 4-star OT

Quay Walker, 4-star LB

2019 Targets With An Offer

Pierce Quick, 4-star OL

Taulia Tagovailoa, 3-star QB

Jammie Robinson, 4-star ATH

Jaylen McCollough, 4-star S

Devonta Lee, 4-star WR

Ed. Note:

You can bet your hat there are going to be more high school players hanging around, whether officially visiting the Tide or just taking it all in from up in the stands, than what any of us can manage to compile into one list.

The biggest name out there is wide receiver Justyn Ross. The 6’4” athlete is a borderline 4-5 star recruit and is the top player in the state. As he hails from Central High School in Phenix City, luring him away from the nearby Cow College will be no easy task, so making a great impression on the young man today will be critical.

Quite a few of the signees from the 2017 class who won’t enroll until summer are also planning to visit, such as Phidarian Mathis and Hunter Brannon, so we can also bet that those guys will be strategically placed and grouped to help recruit some of the 2018 visitors.

If you’re going to be at the game, be sure to show these visitors the level of fandom that separates Alabama from the rest of the country. If you’re not going, please don’t try to do the same by tweeting at the recruits. Please.