USA Today High School SportsFriday Night Notes is a weekly high school recruiting roundup covering the latest news from 2023 to 24 and beyond.
The rich get richer. That’s in the broader economy and the recruiting world where Alabama is. Crushing the competition. Leading this year’s recruiting race, they added two more four-star prospects this week, one from this cycle and one for next.
On Thursday, MCHS (Ala.) four-star Edge Sterling Dixon (Class of 2024) announced his commitment to Alabama in a creative way. He shared a video on Twitter of him creating an amazing scene with his friends on Friday.
Shout out @TDAlabamaMag A video dedicated to dope. 🔥🔥🔥
thank you @Jdsmith31Smith @KingJohnIvory To lead and produce. @TDARecruiting pic.twitter.com/dirHyHX1Ib
— ᔕTᗴᖇᒪIᑎᘜ ᗪI᙭Oᑎ💫 (@sterlingTDixon1) December 1, 2022
Dixon (6-foot-3, 211 pounds) was a highly touted recruit, receiving offers from 30 different schools, including several SEC rivals. he is. He is placed at number 16 and number 13 in the state.
Earlier this week, Nick Saban and company received a four-star commitment Wide receiver Jaren Hamilton. Hamilton (6-foot-1, 188 pounds), ranked No. 31 in the state of Florida and 50th overall, adds another potential pro receiver. Become an NFL factory In recent years.
Alabama is still the No. 1 prospect in the 2023 race, and thanks to Dixon, they’ll be No. 4 in the 2024 recruiting cycle behind only LSU, Notre Dame and Georgia.
Speaking of Georgia, the Bulldogs pulled off a bit of their own recruiting magic last weekend. Judson (Texas) wide receiver and Oklahoma commit Anthony Evans announced He reversed his commitment to Georgia The day after Thanksgiving.
The Bulldogs have a total of 21 tight ends and four wide receivers in their class of 23. Tyler Williams definitely approves of the latest addition:
Hit after hit, we don’t miss a beat.#Godawgs
— Tyler Williams (@Ty_Williams04) November 25, 2022
Evans’ visit to Athens The Nov. 5 game against Tennessee helped turn his recruiting around. The Georgia Vols won 27-13.
Evans (5-foot-10, 160 pounds) is ranked No. 40 among wide receivers in the class and No. 52 in Texas. Speed is the name of the game with Evans, whose 4.36 40-yard dash time has helped him earn 30 college offers overall.
Evans is one of many high-ranking. Retired employees or recently copied. The next high-profile betrayal could happen this weekend in the Pacific Northwest.
Rainier Beach (Wash.) cornerback Caleb Presley Committed to Oregon In July, but today he has a visit with the University of Washington in Seattle.
Official visit to UW tomorrow ☔️ pic.twitter.com/rgedlmRuAF
– Caleb Presley ⁵ 🖤✌🏽 (@CalebPresley5) December 1, 2022
Presley (6-foot-0, 180 pounds) is the No. 1 player in Washington and the No. 13 cornerback in the class.
All in all, Oregon might have it. Better recruiting class, but Washington is an increasingly interesting group. The Huskies finished the season 10-2, including a three-point win over the Eugene Ducks. Flipping Pressley could help Washington face their fiercest rival in the recruiting competition. They are ranked No. 27 and Oregon is No. 12.
Presley may be interested in cooking at home, but he has plenty of options to choose from — 27 in total.
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