Top Alabama State prospects were scattered across SEC campuses this weekend to get a closer look at schools they are considering in the recruiting process. The Yellowhammer State’s best give their feedback from visits to Tennessee, Arkansas, Auburn, Mississippi State and Ole Miss.
Beaman has continued to rack up offers throughout the fall with Florida, Kentucky and Arkansas being the latest. The rising three-star prospect made the trip up to Knoxville this weekend to check out the Vols.
IN HIS TENNESSEE HOME: “It went great. The fans and the energy was crazy! I was the first player that Coach (Josh) Heupel and (Rodney) Gardener shook hands with and hugged when they came down the tunnel.”
Flowers, a three-star quarterback from Baker (Ala.), already visited Alabama earlier this season. Last weekend, he got another look at SEC contender Arkansas, where he had an extended stay.
TEN HIS WORLD OF ARKANSAS: “I really liked that they made sure I was taken care of all three days I was in town.” Basketball game on Friday, game day visit on Saturday, and they had me for another visit on Sunday. I like the offense and KJ (Jefferson ) will be a senior next year. I’m graduating next December, so that’s a spot a quarterback can come in and compete right away.”
Lewis has been busy with visits so far this fall, after looking at Tennessee and Alabama. He made his second game-day visit to Auburn this weekend to see the Tigers’ big win over Texas A&M.
ABOUT WHAT STANDED OUT AT AUBURN: “Getting a chance to talk to coach (Zac) Ethridge. Coach Cadillac (Williams) has brought excitement back to the Auburn program. What I like about them is the opportunity to play early.”
A homecoming to Auburn was the highlight of Coleman’s weekend as the Tigers remain one of the top schools in his recruiting process. Seeing the atmosphere surrounding a big Auburn win was special for the three-star prospect.
During his AUBURN visit: “I really liked coach (Carnell) Williams getting his first win as an interim coach at home in front of his biggest supporters. It must have been an incredible feeling for him, the entire coaching staff, players and teammates. The Auburn community. It was a big win for them and it showed that the program can move and is moving in the right direction and I love the direction the program is going. I enjoyed being there and the fan base is just amazing.”
Harris is definitely no stranger to attending an Auburn game. Last weekend was the Tigers’ third game that the three stars will attend. He was also on The Plains for the Penn State and Missouri games.
During his AUBURN visit: “The mood was insane. The atmosphere was crazy.”
Kirkpatrick already has an offer from South Carolina on his resume, but many other SEC schools are also showing interest. The three-star was in Mississippi State over the weekend to check out the Bulldogs.
ABOUT HIS MISS. STATE TRIP: “One thing that stood out about Mississippi State was the cowbells and the atmosphere.
Grady is already one of the nation’s top prospects in the 2025 class. He was at Ole Miss this weekend, which just extended an offer to the four-star prospect earlier this month.
In her OLE GRADUATION: “What stood out to me was the atmosphere and I liked that the fans were really excited.”
Harper looked at Kentucky, Auburn and Alabama earlier this fall. The three-star made the trip to Oxford this weekend to take a closer look at the Rebels.
IN HIS OLE SISTER’S HONOR: “The atmosphere was amazing. I could tell the fans love Ole Miss. It was a great experience. I can tell they have a great program down there at Hotty Toddy.”