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Transfer players could potential fill final two spots for UA’s 2019 class

Marvin Gentry - USA TODAY Sports

The magic number was 29 for the University of Alabama’s latest signing class, and with signing day over, there are still two spots that need to be filled. 

While head coach Nick Saban brought in the top-rated class by a large margin, he did mention during his presser on Wednesday that the Crimson Tide may look at a transfer player for its tight end spot.

Despite returning Miller Forristall, Kedrick James (pending a good appeal) and Major Tennison, Jahleel Billingsley was the lone guy it signed for this unit.

Also, Alabama could be in the market for a transfer at linebacker – seeing how Lyndell “Mack” Wilson has turned pro. 

RELATED: Complete breakdown of Alabama’s 2019 recruiting class

According to transfertracker.com, listed below are some potential names for Saban to consider should he decide to roll the dice on a transfer name. 

Potential transfers for Alabama 

Ceejhay French-Love/Arizona State/TE 

John Lager/Yale/TE 

Jess Trussell/Purdue/TE 

Maaseiah Francis/South Alabama/TE 

Chris Cunnigham/Virginia Tech/TE 

Nakia Griffin-Stewart/Rutgers/TE 

Eli Wolf/Tennessee/TE 

 

Durrell Nash/Murray State (FCS)/LB 

Nathan Fox/Northwestern/LB 

Hawk Schrider/UT-Chattanooga/LB 

Malik Psalms/California/LB 

DJ Morgan/Notre Dame/LB 

Charles Perry/Miami (FL)/LB 

Aaron Mends/Iowa/LB 

Jacob Rominger/UNLV/LB 

Gabe Sewell/Nevada/LB  

Of the commits it has, the Tide brought in three five-stars, a multitude of four-star players and the majority of its student-athletes hailed from the ESPN 300. With spring practice around the corner, Alabama fans are excited about this program working back to a national championship.

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Stephen M. Smith is the managing editor and senior writer for Touchdown Alabama Magazine.  You can “like” him on Facebook or “follow” him on Twitter, via @CoachingMSmith.

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