Five-star recruit Dylan Moses is recruiting fellow five-star recruit Baron Browning to Alabama.
Last recruiting cycle the Alabama Crimson Tide landed the No. 1 and No. 2 inside linebackers, Ben Davis and Lyndell Wilson, respectively.
This year the Tide have a chance to accomplish an even more impressive feat, but at the outside linebacker position.
Alabama already has a commitment from No. 1-ranked OLB Dylan Moses, who pledged to the Tide in early October, and No. 3-ranked OLB Vandarius Cowan, who committed last April.
Moses, the nation’s No. 6 overall player, has now turned from recruit to recruiter as he tries to help Alabama land another No. 1 recruiting class. The Tide are currently sitting in the top spot with 3,997 points, 251 points ahead of No. 2 Oklahoma.
Moses is hoping that Baron Browing (Kennedale, Texas), who released his top six last Friday, will be suiting up next to him in Tuscaloosa very soon. In no particular order, Browning, the nation’s No. 2 OLB and No. 25 overall player, is eyeing Alabama, Florida State, Michigan, Ohio State, TCU and UCLA.
Alabama currently has a commitment from four five-star recruits. Adding Browning would tie the Crimson Tide with Ohio State for the most five-stars in the nation. It would also give Nick Saban a clean sweep of the top three linebackers in the country, without the recruiting prowess of former defensive coordinator Kirby Smart, now the head coach at Georgia, who was instrumental in Alabama’s recruiting process while in Tuscaloosa.
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