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Where are Alabama’s top seniors going? Who committed this week?
Where are Alabama’s top seniors going? Who committed this week?

It was a busy weekend for the state’s football recruits.

Elba RB Alvin Henderson (Auburn), Vigor OT Micah DeBose (Alabama) and Enterprise DE Zion Grady (Ohio State) all committed over the weekend.

Among the 247 composite rankings for the Class of 2025 in the state, only two players have not committed. Ironically, both play at Thompson.

They are 4-star safety Anquon Fegans and 4-star DE Jared Smith.

Auburn is currently among the top 15 recruits in the state with six commitments, while Alabama has four.

In addition to DeBose, Alabama’s other top-15 commits are Southside-Selma athlete Derick Smith, Saraland defensive lineman Antonio Coleman and Carver-Montgomery running back Anthony Rogers. No. 21 Myles Johnson (TR Miller) and No. 22 Mal Waldrep (Central-Phenix City) have also committed to Alabama.

In addition to Henderson, Auburn’s top 15 recruits include safety Eric Winters of Enterprise, defensive end Jakaleb Faulk of Highland Home, defensive lineman Jourdin Crawford of Parker, defensive lineman Malik Autry of Opelika and offensive tackle Carde Smith of Williamson.

Grady and Parker defensive back Na’eem Offord – the No. 1 overall player – have now both committed to Ohio State.

Here’s a recap of some other recruiting news from the state from the past week:

Carver-Montgomery WR Tristan “TK” Norman is committed to Texas A&M.

Faith Academy DE Trent Seller Arkansas obliged.

Auburn DE Caleb Pitts committed to the Appalachian State.

Power ATH Kevin Malone Louisiana obliges.

Pell City OL Malik Watts Louisiana-Monroe committed.

Pell City DB Jamari Johnson Troy obliges.

Highland Home EDGE CJ May has withdrawn his commitment from Notre Dame. His four finalists are now Louisville, Syracuse, Washington and Auburn.

Daphne 2026 OT Jai’Vale Fredericks received an offer from South Alabama.

Hoover LB/DE Cameron Torbor receive an offer from UAB.

Vigor 2026 QB Sammy Dunn received an offer from Louisiana-Monroe.

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By Aurora