Alabama Football Recruiting Grading the Crimson Tide 2018 class

Those are the biggest names heading to Tuscaloosa, but what about the rest? Lets take a look at the 2018 Alabama recruiting class:

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Can you remember the last time that the Alabama Crimson Tide werent in the National Championship Game? Of course you can, but the sentiment is still the same. Nick Saban has built a program that annually is in the mix to make it to be holding the title at seasons end. And time after time, hes done so with some of the best players in the country thanks to his staffs ability to recruit at a high level.

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ATLANTA, GA – JANUARY 08: Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban receives the CFP trophy during the trophy presentation at the conclusion of the College Football Playoff National Championship Game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Georgia Bulldogs on January 8, 2018 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA. The Alabama Crimson Tide won the game in overtime 26-23. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

The Alabama Crimson Tide are perennial contenders in the college football world, but will their 2018 recruiting class keep them that way?

It appears that the Alabama run of having the top recruiting class in the country wont get to reach a decade with this class. While Saban and Co. are bringing in potential stars, as they always do, there isnt the same number of high-level recruits that were accustomed to seeing at the top of their class. Thus, this isnt quite up to their standard overall.

Alabama undoubtedly has landed plenty of recruits that are worth talking about. Coming into National Signing Day, however, they had only one 5-star recruit in Eyabi Anoma. Coming out of Baltimore, MD, Anoma is the top-ranked weakside defensive end in the class and the fourth overall recruit according to the 247 Sports Composite rankings.

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Anoma will be joined at Alabama by another beastly weakside defensive end in Jordan Davis, a 4-star recruit. And with the Crimson Tide, we know that defense is king, which is why its unsurprising that they also have two stud 4-star cornerbacks coming in with Jalyn Armour-Davis and the second-best JUCO prospect in Saivion Smith.

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