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    Re: Latest Alabama 2007 Commitments and Prospects List (updated 1/22)

    Ok, after the Jackson commitment, how many do we have now? Since this is going to be a small class, relatively speaking, how many more commitments can we possibly get?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bama323 View Post
    Ok, after the Jackson commitment, how many do we have now? Since this is going to be a small class, relatively speaking, how many more commitments can we possibly get?
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    Tide picks up three-star quarterback prospect from Texas
    Alabama added a second quarterback to its 2007 recruiting class and perhaps put some teeth in coach Nick Saban's "you shop, we shop" philosophy.

    Nick Fanuzzi of San Antonio, rated by Rivals.com as a three-star prospect, became Saban's second commitment Monday.

    Alabama also picked up a commitment from defensive back Kareem Jackson of Macon, Ga.

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    Stud WR Dwight Jones to visit 2/2

    amazing the job the staff is doing in so little time

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    Re: Stud WR Dwight Jones to visit 2/2

    what kind of receiver does Jones remind you the most of? He looks like a big receiver that doesn't have great speed but makes up for it with his hands and his body control. Just wondering who he might be compared to. By the way, I like the thread title "stud WR Dwight Jones." We need some more "stud" WRs so Jones come our way!

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    Re: Stud WR Dwight Jones to visit 2/2

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    what kind of receiver does Jones remind you the most of?
    To me, an unpolished Robert Meachem.

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    Re: Stud WR Dwight Jones to visit 2/2

    Nice size. Could he possibly end up at TE?
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    Re: Stud WR Dwight Jones to visit 2/2

    I'll get a little more excited when I'm not seeing "soft verbal" anymore. Until then....blah.
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    Re: Stud WR Dwight Jones to visit 2/2

    Man, this staff is really leaving no stone unturned. We'll definitely see the fruits of their labor this time next year....I have no doubt. Too bad it took until January to get Saban on board, but at least we got him and his hard-working attitude.

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    Re: Stud WR Dwight Jones to visit 2/2

    We've gone from having probably one of the most passive coaches in the history of organized sports , to hiring the absolute hardest worker in the game .
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    ThumbsUp Re: Stud WR Dwight Jones to visit 2/2

    Jones would feast on fade patterns to the endzone. I don't think we'd have red zone woes with this guy on board.
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    Re: Stud WR Dwight Jones to visit 2/2

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    Nice size. Could he possibly end up at TE?
    I seriously doubt it, he's WR all the way IMHO. I don't know how realistic a shot we have at him, but talk about a "steal" if we were to get him! The job this staff is doing recruiting is UNBELIEVABLE!!!! I know this class isn't finished yet, but I can't wait until next year's class!!!!
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    Re: Latest Alabama 2007 Commitments and Prospects List (updated 1/23)

    Well, he lacks the speed to be a flanker. IMO, he's a slot WR or a situational WR inside redzone... unless he can be physical and become a TE like someone else said. Bottom line, he looks to be a threat in the middle of the field, not on the wide.

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