With the deregulation of recruiting that is set to become official in August, Alabama is being proactive with its hires of Kevin Steele and Kerry Stevenson.
With spring practice complete, Alabama's coaches shift into travel mode for the spring evaluation period. Here's a look at some prospects likely on their itinerary.
As Alabama resumes practice after the conclusion of spring break, there are five primary questions it must get answered.
In this week's roundtable, TideNation looks at Alabama's new staff and how well they'll keep the Tide recruiting machine rolling.
After Alabama signed four 2013 running backs Wednesday, Nick Saban said he didn't agree with assumptions being made about the team's depth chart.
ATH Vonn Bell already thinks highly of two coaches and old rivals: Nick Saban at Alabama and Urban Meyer at Ohio State. Next up is a meeting with new Tennessee coach Butch Jones.
It would have been bad for Alabama to lose defensive coordinator Kirby Smart and his recruiting ties to neighboring Georgia. It could have been worse for him to end up at archrival Auburn.
O.J. Howard doesn't play the stiffest HS competition in Alabama, so he took every opportunity this summer to play against the best and prove he belongs with them.
Alabama is gaining the attention of some of the top high school basketball prospects.
The nation's No. 2 prospect schedules an afternoon press conference, during which it's possible he'll decommit from Bama.
2013 basketball recruit Devonta Pollard respects Tide coach Anthony Grant
Alabama hauled in the nation's No. 1 class in 2012 and already is landing commits from top recruits for 2013.
The Crimson Tide will have plenty of holes to fill when 2013 comes around and Alabama is already recruiting several positions of future need.
Former Alabama head coach Ray Perkins has been out of coaching since 2001, but he's now head coach at a junior college in Mississippi.