Where did he sign? Check out our school-by-school look at Alabama's 2013 football signees-al.comAlabama high school players are heading all over the country -- to junior colleges in Mississippi, Kansas and Arizona, to you've-never-heard-of-them schools in Georgia and Minnesota, and staying at home to play for lower-division squads at North Alabama and Jacksonville State -- for their college football careers.
SEC NEWS AROUND THE WEB
- Alabama applies familiar recruiting flair on national scale
- National Signing Day winners and losers
- Bama's '13 class has similarities to previous top groups
- Malzahn lands strong class, but still chasing Saban
- "It's a New Day" for Gus Malzahn and Auburn
- Florida football's class of '13
- Richt vows class will prove talent at kickoff
- Why is so much talent leaving the state of Georgia?
- Stoops' first class is highest-rated ever
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I guess we're gonna have to retire him again...It was all teed up for Urban Meyer, the sort of rivalry meatball any coach would love to take a giant swing at.But not Urb. He just left well enough alone.Asked Wednesday afternoon about Michigan continuing to get fat on Ohio players in recruiting—the Wolverines signed nine from the state this year—Meyer basically blew off the question.“It’s not just them,” he said. “You’re going to come to Ohio to get great players.”Geez, at the least he could’ve gone with: If we wanted those nine guys, we’d have them.Or, even better: We’ll see in four years how many Big Ten titles they’ve won.But no. And you know why Meyer let the question slide? Because he’s bypassing Michigan and the rest of the conference and aiming straight at Alabama.
NO SURPRISE: ALABAMA CROWNED 2013 RECRUITING CHAMPIOn-CFT
Nobody's gonna be a consensus #1 rated class, unless it's politically correct...which we ain't.