Aaron Gregory reported an offer from Alabama Sunday, continuing his early success on the recruiting front.
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Gregory attends Douglas County High School in Georgia, and he is a member of the 2026 recruiting class. He holds 19 D1 offers, including offers from Tennessee, LSU and Texas A&M.
Alabama hosted Gregory for an unofficial visit last month, but the Tide did not offer him during the visit. However, the freshman felt like Alabama’s coaching staff liked what they saw from him.
“When I first went, I kind of knew the coaches liked me, so I was thinking there is just a matter of time,” Gregory told Touchdown Alabama. “When I got it, it was like a rush of excitement because it’s like that’s Bama. It’s amazing. I love it.”
Gregory has respect for Alabama’s player development but wants to get a better and closer look at it this summer.
“It seems like all positions are developed very well for the next level, no matter what that is, but I’m excited to camp this summer and work with coach (Holmon) Wiggins,” said Gregory.
Nick Saban met Gregory during his visit to Alabama last month, and the pair discussed his position.
“It was a quick meeting, but I was very honored to meet the legend himself,” said Gregory.
Alabama likes the 6-foot-2, 170-pounder at wide receiver. As a freshman, Gregory displayed an ability to create separation with his route running and made some impressive catches by high-pointing the football. Those are a few of his best attributes at the moment.
“I feel I have the ability to create space, get open and even go up and get the ball,” Gregory said. “I am currently working on my speed and strength training.”
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Gregory’s recruitment is expected to continue the grow over the next few years.
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Justin Smith is the Director of Recruiting for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter, via @Jdsmith31Smith