Raheem Falkins, wide receiver from New Orleans-Carver, La., committed to the University of Alabama…
Alabama HQ: Junior Day
Altee Tenpenny, National 100 running back from North Little Rock, Ark., was the first player to commit to the Tide on Saturday. Tenpenny has visited Alabama several times and had offers from several schools including Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Ole Miss, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Tennessee.
Ardarius Stewart, one of the top athletes from Fultondale, Ala., became the second commitment of the day. Stewart has scholarship offers from Alabama, Clemson, Tennessee and Utah. Alabama offered Stewart on Saturday, and he quickly jumped on the opportunity. The 6-foot-1, 190-pound athlete accounted for 52 touchdowns during his junior season. He could play wide receiver, running back, cornerback or safety on the net level.
Raheem Falkins, wide receiver from New Orleans-Carver, La., was the third commitment of the day. The 6-foot-3, 190-pound prospect recently landed schoalrship offers from Alabama and LSU. Falkins had 10 receiving touchdowns this past season. CLICK HERE: Falkins talks decision.
The recrutiing news will continue as prospects leave Tuscaloosa. Stay tuned....
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Alabama expects possibly one new commitment on signing day. The coaching staff is giving Tide fans a lot to cheer about today.
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