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.
New Tide OL coach Mario Cristobal will have a hard time duplicating his predecessors' success in 2013, but with his personality and ties to South Florida, Cristobal will be a boost in recruiting.
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.
With offers from all over the country, Class of 2014 running back Bo Scarbrough decided to stay home and join a long line of Crimson Tide ballcarriers.
Alabama might haul in the nation's top class for the second year in a row if the Tide can land a couple more top talents
The state of Alabama is known for football. Between the University of Alabama and Auburn University, the state has won the last three national championships and produced two of the last three Heisman-trophy winners.
Polite off the field, Tre Williams (Mobile, Ala.) has mean streak between the lines
2013 DT Dee Liner grew up an Auburn fan but is considering Alabama.
2013 OL prospect Grant Hill had other SEC offers but went with Alabama
Alabama had its second successful junior day on Saturday, even though no recruits for 2013 committed.
After landing three commits at first junior day, Tide hopes for similar success with loaded group of players expected on campus.
Alabama hauled in the nation's No. 1 class in 2012 and already is landing commits from top recruits for 2013.