National Signing Day is just a few weeks away and six of the top 10 players in the Athlon Consensus 100 are still left uncommitted. In fact, 14 of the top 100 still have yet to make the most important decision in their life. The team, conference and national rankings will be shifting and moving all the way through National Signing Day 2013. So needless to say, there is still much left to be determined. So teams with disappointing classes could still surge up the rankings while teams in the top 10 could find themselves dropping. But here are a few teams that have been the biggest surprises on the recruiting trail — on both sides of the ledger.
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Bobby Bowden statue will stand at Samford, not Alabama Sports Hall of Fame-al.comThe statue gets moved to where Bowden once played and coached instead of next to one with his idols, Bear Bryant and Shug Jordan. The Hall of Fame opposed individual statues outside the museum
Alabama's Michael Williams 'is who he is,' but hasn't stopped pursuit to become all-around tight end-all.comThe former Alabama tight end knows he's a good blocker, and so does the NFL. It's all about what he can improve as a receiver.
Alabama hosting elite underclassmen from around the nation for first Junior Day-al.comWhile most of the nation's top college football programs will spend the weekend trying to lock down the final pieces of their 2013 signing classes, Alabama will spend the weekend beginning work on its 2014 recruiting class with its first Junior Day event of the year. The event, which is expected to draw upwards of 30 players from around...
It's interesting, tamu, jawja, and lswho all have commits over 25,and not a peep. Coach Saban offers a greyshirt and the press goes nuts....
Alabama's AJ McCarron calm amid three-ring circus-al.comAJ McCarron would just as soon talk about scoring 33 of his team's 35 points in a fifth grade basketball game as he would winning another championship at Alabama.
VIDEO: Senior Bowl Practice Highlights-TideSports
Alabama players Nico Johnson, Robert Lester and Michael Williams practice for the Senior Bowl in Mobile, AL.
Senior Bowl all-stars square off today in Mobile-al.comThe 64th annual Senior Bowl kicks off at 3 p.m. today at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. The South enters the contest with one more victory than the North in the game's history.