The weekend provided many activities for the official visitors in Tuscaloosa, including snow, which was a first for some. Four-star running back Alvin Kamara said that he was still very comfortable with his place in this recruiting class and he was not alone. Many of the prospects the Crimson Tide are courting came away impressed.
Kamara pleased | Bozeman visits | Eddie Jackson
The Tigers had a lot of players on campus this weekend, including several uncommitted players, and some who were members of other classes. The big win for the weekend was flipping Tony Stevens but it was not the only headline-worthy story.
Stevens flips | Leader emerging for R250 player
Having never been on campus before, La Marque (Texas) High receiver Lawrence Montegut did not know what to expect when he got to Boulder. The 6-foot 210-pounder had a great time and will wait to decide on his future after seeing at least one other school.
Montegut wants to take visits
The Seminoles welcomed only five players this weekend, but that does not mean the staff did not make an impression. Uncommitted prospect Augustus Edwards was expected to get leaned on pretty heavy to pull the trigger, but he resisted. See how the other players reacted.
Of the 16 players North Carolina welcomed on to campus, 14 were committed to the program, so there was not major news expected. Rivals100 receiver Marquez North was one of the uncommitted players that the program was hoping to impress.
Weekend wrap up
The Bruins were one of the most active programs this weekend in hosting uncommitted players. Coach Jim Mora Jr. was able to show those prospects his freshly signed contract and apparent commitment to staying in Los Angeles. He was able to convince a few of those to join him.
Four-star DB joins up
The Trojans have watched the commitment list expand and contract with amazing fluctuation this season. With scholarship limits, there are only a few spots left on the cart but there are plenty of players willing to take those spots. This weekend was spent securing the commitment of players who have been long ready to Fight On.
Hutchings | Rodgers | Hatcher | Vanderdoes
The two more clever social media clichés for the SEC programs were dropped this weekend as the VanderBUILD project continued. Six-foot-6 Brandon Vandenburg chose to AnchorDown following a visit with nearly the entire class. The work being done by James Franklin continues to impress.
A real Vandy man