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1. C____ A____, db, 6-0, 200, Tallahassee, Fla. (Anwser)

2. W____ B____, ol, 6-7, 290, Cullman, Ala. (Anwser)

3. C____ B____, db, 6-2, 210, San Francisco, Ca. (Anwser)

4. A____ B____, dl, 6-3, 315, Newbern, Ala. (Anwser)

5. G____ C____, de, 6-6, 265, Daytona Beach, Fla. (Anwser)

6. R____ C____, ol, 6-3, 278, Dublin, Ga. (Anwser)

7. D____ F____, wr, 6-3, 201, Montevallo, Ala. (Anwser)

8. R____ H____, db, 5-11, 193, Bonifay, Fla. (Anwser)
9. C____ J____, cb, 6-1, 185, Albany, Ga. (Anwser)

10. D____ L____, mlb, 6-3, 240, La Vergne, Tenn. (Anwser)

11. N___ M___ L___, de, 6-4, 245, Toronto, Ontario (Anwser)

12. T____ L____, wr, 6-0, 176, Phenix City, Ala. (Anwser)

13. D____ M____, ol, 6-5, 290, Hyattsville, Md. (Anwser)

14. E____ M____, ol, 6-5, 255, Homewood, Ala. (Anwser)

15. A____ M____, dl, 6-6, 310, Memphis, Tenn. (Anwser)

16. M____ M____, ol, 6-8, 292, Albany, Ga. (Anwser)

17. A____ O____, de, 6-6, 255, Bayou La Batre, Ala. (Anwser)

18. S____ O____, dl, 6-7, 250 San Francisco, Calif. (Anwser)

19. J____ R____, lb, 6-1, 212, Statesboro, Ga. (Anwser)

20. M____ S____, p, 6-2, 215, Ashville High School (Anwser)

21. J____ S____, ol, 6-4, 303, Brooklet, Ga. (Anwser)

22. M____ T____, dt, 6-6, 330, Bessemer, Ala. (Anwser)

23. D____W____, wr, 5-10, 180, Bessemer, Ala. (Anwser)

24. T____ W____, db, 6-2, 185, Starkville, Miss. (Anwser)

25. D____ W____, wr, 5-10, 170, Memphis, Tenn. (Anwser)

26. C____ W____, lb, 6-2, 200, Calhoun City, Miss. (Anwser)

27. H____ J____, OLB, 6-2, 215, Osceola, Ark. (Anwser)

28. G____ Mc____, DE, 6-4, 275, Perry, Fla. (Anwser)

29. A____ M_____, OLB, 6-2, 235, Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College (Anwser)

30. B____ D____, OLB, 6-3, 200, 4.5 Jasper Florida (Anwser)

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Brooks Daniels
,OLB, 6-3, 200, 4.5 from Hamilton County High School in Jasper, Florida. He hails from the same High School as Fla. linebacker Alex Brown. However, most think Daniels will be an even more dominating player at the college level. His game is speed and he displays it all over the field. He had 92 tackles, 14 sacks and two interceptions as a junior. His senior year he improved to over 100 tackles with 15 sacks.

Aries Monroe
, OLB, 6-2, 235, Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College--
Aries signed with Alabama two years ago but failed to qualify. He had posted two great back to back seasons (150 tackles, 29 sacks and 12 quarterback pressures) at Godby High School in Tallahassee, Fla. He attended Junior College at Coffeyville and put together two great seasons. His freshman year he had 32 tackles and three sacks, while his sophomore year he had 40 tackles seven sacks and 14 quarterback pressures. He was coached by the same man who coached Leonard Little (former Tenn. great) and he said that Monroe is a bigger, stronger, faster version of Little. He is already enrolled at The Capstone and will be going through spring practice.

Gary McNealy
, DE, 6-4, 275, Perry, Fla.--
Another resign involved in this group, but unlikethe others, Gary will not participate on the field next sason. He has already entered school but hefailed to make a passing test score, which places him in the role of a partial qualifier. He will be allowed to practice and he will get looks at both defensive tackle and offensive guard. He had a very good prep career but he will have missed two complete seasons of playing time before he is fully eligible in 2001. He had 47 tackles and six sacks his junior year while pruducing 56 tackels and two sacks his senior year.

Harold James
, OLB, 6-2, 215, Osceola, Ark.--
Unquestionably the nubmer one player in Arkansas. He is a super running back and strong safty who the phyical game to move t linebacker in college. He likely will spend his days in Tuscaloosa on defense. He had an outstanding high school career that saw him rush for 1,443 yards and 19 touchdowns as a junior, while his senior year he had 894 yards and 13 touchdowns.
Defensively over that span he had 159 tackles and six interseptions (two for touchdowns) as a junior, plus 67 tackles and three interseptions (two for touchdowns) as asenior. His senior year he had to battle injuries. He was the last to sign.

Cornelius Wortham
--- Playing both ways in high school, Cornelius had 115 tackles, six sacks, 24 stops behind the line and two interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown. On offense, he had 525 yards and eight TDs rushing. He was a first-team all-state pick. as a junior, he had over 100 tackles, including 20 for losses. He also had three interceptions, three sacks and three caused fumbles. Cornelius was a Dandy Dozen pick by the Jackson Clarion Ledger. He was an Atlanta Journal Southern 100 selection. Cornelius picked Alabama over Tennessee, Ole Miss and Mississippi State
About Cornelius Wortham, Bobby Burton Says: "He can play safety or linebacker and will be a player at either one."
About Cornelius Wortham, Bill Buchalter Says: His speed and quickness reminds me of Derrick Brooks."
About Cornelius Wortham, Allen Wallace Says: "A Southern gem--superior speed for OLB with good defensive coverage skills. Blue-chip pick-up for the Crimson Tide."
About Cornelius Wortham, Tom Lemming Says: "Shows great range and instincts."
About Cornelius Wortham, Forrest Davis Says: "Converted from safety to linebacker and became one of the South's most coveted players. Has great speed and quickness."

Derrick Woods
, WR, 5-10, 172, Memphis, TN -- Another resign from last year's class, Derrick had 72 receptions for 1,500 yards and 20 TDs on the 1998 state championship team. He also accounted for 135 receptions for 36 touchdowns during his junior and senior campaigns. In the 1998 state title game, he had eight receptions for 182 yards and three TDs and was named the game's MVP. His junior season, Woods caught 65 passes for 1,400 yards and 16 TDs as he earned all-Memphis and all-state honors.

Thurman Ward
, DB, 6-2, 185, Starkville, MS
-- Playing both quarterback and defensive back, Ward was a mainstay in the Starkville secondary. As a quarterback, he finished with 1,074 yards passing and 924 yards rushing while leading Starkville to an 8-3 record and an appearance in the state playoffs. He had 13 passing and 12 rushing touchdowns. On defense, Thurman had 25 tackles and one interception. He was the No. 15 safety prospect in the nation by Rivals 100 and was an Atlanta Journal Southern 100 pick. As a junior playing for the Yellow Jackets, Ward played free safety and registered 75 tackles and three interceptions as the Jackets went 10-3. He picked the Tide over South Carolina, LSU and Mississippi State. About Thurman Ward, Tom Lemming Says: "A major talent on both sides of the ball."
About Thurman Ward, Forrest Davis Says: "Dominating athlete. All-South, All-American."

Derrian Walker
, WR, 5-11, 185, Bessemer
-- A two-way standout as a prep senior, Derrian played both wide receiver and safety. He caught 29 passes for 561 yards and five TDs his senior season, despite missing three games. As a junior, he had 10 receptions for 255 yards and two TDs. Derrian was the No. 20 prospect in Alabama by the Birmingham Post-Herald. Played for coach Carrol Cox.
About Derrian Walker, Tom Lemming Says: "An underrated receiver with great hands."

Mac Tyler
, DL, 6-6, 325, Bessemer -- A first-team USA Today and Parade All-America and PrepStar Top 100 Dream Team pick, Mac had 29 solo tackles, including 11 for losses and 16 assists in just seven games. He was also a SuperPrep All-America. As a junior, he had 89 tackles, seven sacks and 104 tackles and eight sacks as a sophomore. Mac was No. 4 on the Birmingham News "Super Senior" list. He was a Border Wars first-team All-South pick. Mac was the nation's 42nd-best prospect by The Sporting News and the 51st by Tom Lemming. He picked the Tide over Auburn and UAB.
About Mac Tyler, Bobby Burton Says: "You really can't appreciate how big he is unless you stand next to him. He is really a specimen."
About Mac Tyler, Allen Wallace Says: "Alabama's pre-season top prospect who has extraordinary size with light feet."
About Mac Tyler, Tom Lemming Says: "One of the top-five OL-DL prospects in the nation."
About Mac Tyler, Forrest Davis Says: "Rated among the nation's top prospects. Forrest Davis Recruiting Annual 2nd Team All-South."

Justin Smiley
, OL, 6-4, 292, Brooklet, GA -- A Border Wars second-team All-South pick, Justin is a bonafide guard prospect. He has excellent quickness and strength and graded at 91 percent his senior season. As a junior, he was an all-area pick after grading at 80 percent blocking. He has a 23-inch vertical jump, bench presses 350 and squats 550. His cousin, Dusty Ziegler, played at Notre Dame and then for the Buffalo Bills. Justin was the nation's 95th-best prospect by Tom Lemming and the No. 31 offensive lineman in the nation by Rivals 100. Justin was an Atlanta Journal Southern 100 pick. He selected Alabama over Florida and South Carolina.
About Justin Smiley, Allen Wallace Says: "His excellent work ethic and nasty on-field demeanor made him an SEC favorite. Comparable to Dusty Ziegler, for SuperPrep All-America."
About Justin Smiley, Tom Lemming Says: "Tough, aggressive and agile."
About Justin Smiley, Forrest Davis Says: "One of the top-rated offensive linemen in the nation. Great speed and quickness. Runs exceptionally well. Forrest Davis Recruiting Annual 1st Team All-South."

Matthew Sanders
, P, 6-2, 215, Ashville -- A four-year punter at Ashville, Sanders averaged 42 yards per kick as a freshman; 44 yards as a sophomore, and 47.3 as a junior and 45.5 yards his senior campaign. He is very accurate placing the football and has almost a five-second hang-time. As a quarterback, Matthew led Ashville to a 19-3 record and threw for 1,689 yards and 10 touchdowns and rushed for 746 yards and another 14 TDs. He was five-of-five in PATs and was a 3A all-state choice. He was named to the Super All-State team his junior year while also playing quarterback for the Bulldogs. Matthew was regarded as the top punter in Alabama. He picked Alabama over Auburn, UAB, Kentucky and Ole Miss. About Matthew Sanders, Allen Wallace Says: "One of the top punters to come from Alabama in recent years. Could be a big contributor to Bama special teams." About Matthew Sanders, Tom Lemming Says: "One of the nation's top-five punters."
About Matthew Sanders, Forrest Davis Says: "The top-rated punter in the South. Given the Forrest Davis Recruiting Annual's top rating."

Jason Rawls
, LB, 6-1, 212, Statesboro, GA -- Played in just eight games, Jason had 99 tackles, five sacks and three interceptions, one of which he returned 76 yards for a touchdown. Rawls began his senior season as a running back, but switched to linebacker in the third game. He was rated the 67th-best linebacker in the nation by Rivals 100. He picked Alabama over Auburn and Georgia.
About Jason Rawls, Forrest Davis Says: "A converted runningback, he is very quick, aggressive and tenacious."

Shawn Oglesby
, DL, 6-7, 250, San Francisco, CA -- A Super JUCO 75 by PrepStar, Shawn played with current Tide star Milo Lewis at City College of San Francisco. He was also a first-team All-Golden Gate conference selection and was a first-team JC Grid-Wire All-America. He was also a California community College Football Coaches Association All-America pick.

Antwan Odom
, DE, 6-6, 255, Bayou LaBatre -- Antwan was named a Parade All-American and was honored as the Class 6A "Lineman of the Year" and Deep South Football Recruiting "Alabama Player of the Year". He as also a Border Wars first-team All-South pick. He was ranked No. 4 in SuperPrep's National Top-50 and was SuperPrep's Player of the Year. He was a PrepStar Top 100 Dream Team selection. He registered 60 tackles, 14 sacks and three fumble recoveries on defense. On offense, he caught six passes for 124 yards and had two blocked kicks and three fumble recoveries. Antwan was a Tom Lemming All-America pick and was an Atlanta Journal Southern 100 selection. He was ranked No. 2 on the Birmingham News' "Super Senior" list and No. 3 on the Tuscaloosa News' Sweet Sixteen list. He picked the Tide over Florida State, Florida, Tennessee, Auburn, Mississippi State and Tulane.
About Antwan Odom, Bobby Burton Says: "He's lightning quick off the ball as an outside pass rusher." About Antwan Odom, Bill Buchalter Says: "He's an outstanding DL who can really rush the passer."
About Antwan Odom, Allen Wallace Says: "Dominant athletic ability. Played DE, TE and even wide receiver for Bryant High School. A special prospect."
About Antwan Odom, Tom Lemming Says: " A 'super' with outstanding balance and agility."
About Antwan Odom, Forrest Davis Says: "The top-rated player in Alabama, he is considered by many to be the South's top defensive end. A Forrest Davis Recruiting Annual 1st team All-South pick."

Maurice Mitchell
, OL, 6-8, 292, Albany, GA -- The Souheast's No. 3 offensive line prospect by PrepStar, Maurice has been favorably compared to Tide offensive tackle Dante Ellington. He has all the attributes of an excellent offensive lineman..long arms, quick feet and great speed. Maurice was a SuperPrep All-America. His senior season, Maurice had 42 pancake blocks and graded 82 percent from his offensive tackle position. On defense, he had 47 tackles, six sacks and four pass break-ups. He also tallied three caused fumbles and three fumble recoveries. As a junior, he helped his team win the Class AAA state championship by grading out at 77 percent on his blocking assignments and chipping in 87 tackles.
About Maurice Mitchell, Bill Buchalter Says: "He has great size and athleticism. Maurice will be playing at the next level."
About Maurice Mitchell, Allen Wallace Says: "a prototype left tackle from a disciplined high school program. Very similar to Bama signee from last year, Dante Ellington."
About Maurice Mitchell, Tom Lemming Says: "One of the nation's top offensive line prospects."
About Maurice Mitchell, Forrest Davis Says: "Considered among the top-ten linemen in the South. A Forrest Davis Recruiting Annual 2nd-Team All-South pick."

Albert Means
, DL, 6-6, 310, Memphis, TN -- A USA Today and Tom Lemming All-America pick, Albert had 85 solo tackles, 35 assists and nine sacks. He also caused four fumbles, recovering one, which he returned for a touchdown and had three interceptions, returning two for touchdowns. He was named Tennessee's Mr. Football as a senior. Means played most of his prep career at middle linebacker. The No. 1 player in the south by PrepStar and a Top 100 Dream Team selection, Albert also won Tennessee Mr. Football honors following his senior season. He was a SuperPrep All-America and Border Wars first-team All-South selection.
About Albert Means, Bobby Burton Says: "One of the top-five recruits in America. He is easily the most impressive DL in the country." About Albert Means, Bill Buchalter Says: "His name is perfect for his position...easily the best DL in the country,"
About Albert Means, Allen Wallace Says: "Physically, he one of the best looking prospects I've seen this year. Very mature, well coaches and a top-ten player in the USA."
About Albert Means, Tom Lemming Says: "Super prospect with unusual quickness."

Evan Mathis
, OL, 6-5, 255, Homewood -- Evan was a 6A all-state pick by the Alabama Sportswriters Assn. He is the nephew of Tide great Bob Baumhower.
Projected as a center at Alabama after playing almost every down on both offense and defense. He was also an outstanding wrestler and should compete for the state championship this winter. He graded 80 percent on offense and made 56 tackles and six sacks on defense.
He picked the Tide over South Carolina, Ole Miss and Alabama-Birmingham.

Danny Martz
, OL, 6-5, 290, Hayattsville, MD --
Prepped at the same high school as current Tide star Marvin Brown. He is projected as a guard or tackle. Danny is an excellent run blocker, as he concentrated on offense in high school. Chose Alabama over Maryland, Marshall and Rutgers.

Triandos Luke
, WR, 6-0, 175, Phenix City --
Considered top receiver prospect in Alabama, Triandos caught 30 passes for 506 yards and six touchdowns. He also had four interceptions as a strong safety as Phenix city went 7-3 on the year. For his prep career, he had 106 catches for 1,713 yards and 16 TDs. He was also a kick return specialist and started at free safety the later part of his senior season. He was a SuperPrep All-America pick and a 6A all-state pick. Triandos was the No. 6 pick on the Birmingham News' "Super Senior" list and he was the No. 7 prospect on the Tuscaloosa News' Sweet Sixteen list. Triandos was an Atlanta Journal Southern 100 pick; was No. 6 on the Birmingham Post-Herald's "10 Most Wanted" and was a Super Dixie 200 selection by Max Emfinger. He picked the Tide over Auburn and Duke.
About Triandos Luke, Allen Wallace Says: "Very good frame, excellent toughness and strong catching skills. Should play early for Bama."
About Triandos Luke, Tom Lemming Says: "Explosive, with great separation speed."
About Triandos Luke, Forrest Davis

Nautyn McKay-Loescher
, DL, 6-4, 240, Toronto, Canada -- Generally considered the top player in Canada, Nautyn has great pass rushing skills. He had 55 tackles and 16 sacks in 10 games and also deflected five passes. He was a SuperPrep National 50 prospect and earned All-America honors. He was ranked No. 38 on that list. Nautyn was rated the No. 1 prospect in Canada, the No. 2 defensive end prospect in the nation by Rivals 100 and was the 25th-best overall prospect by The Sporting News. He played for coach Chuck Wakefield at Central Tech. He picked Alabama over Michigan State, Ohio State, Arizona and Miami.
About Nautyn McKay-Loescher, Allen Wallace Says: "Our top defensive prospect from Canada. Excellent motor with great quickness. Pass rusher deluxe."
About Nautyn McKay-Loescher, Tom Lemming Says: "Great athlete with a bright future."

Donnie Lowe
, LB, 6-3, 235, LaVergne, TN -- A versatile player, Donnie played in 11 games as a prep senior and had 150 tackles, 900 yards rushing for a 7.8 per carry average and 21 receptions. He was a SuperPrep All-American and the No. 5 player in Tennessee. Played for coach Tom Crawford. Donnie was a perfect 4.0 student LaVergne. He picked the Tide over Vanderbilt.
About Donnie Lowe, Tom Lemming Says: "A super tackler, with quick feet."
About Donnie Lowe, Forrest Davis Says: "A hard hitter with over 150 tackles as a senior. He was the No. 12 player on the Knoxville News list."

Chris James
, DB, 6-1, 180, Albany, GA -- Playing mainly at quarterback, Chris passed for over 900 yards and rushed for another 450. He accounted for 13 touchdowns. The last three games of the season, he played free safety and had 20 tackles. As a junior, he had 12 receptions and made 30 tackles and three interceptions on defense to help his team to the state championship. He is also a sprinter on the track team and is related to Lionel James, the former San Diego Charger great. He picked Alabama over Georgia Southern.

Ray Hudson
, DB, 5-10, 205, Bonifay, FL -- Raymon re-signed with Alabama. As a prep senior in 1999, Raymon played both offense and defense. On offense, he rushed for 1,160 yards and 16 TDs, while getting 35 tackles, 21 pass break-ups and two interceptions on defense. He returned one interception 93 yards for a touchdown. As a junior, he rushed for 2,029 yards and 24 TDs on 302 carries to average 6.7 yards per rush. He played for coach Tom Wheeler.

Dre Fulgham
, WR, 6-3, 200, Montevallo --
Generally considered the top receiver in the state in 1998, Leonard is a resign from the 1999 class. He had 40 receptions for over 800 yards to average 20.7 yards per catch and had 16 TDs as a prep senior. While playing defense, Leonard had five interceptions. He also returned kicks, taking two back for TDs as a senior following a junior year when he returned six for touchdowns.

Reggie Cordy
, OL, 6-3, 270, Dublin, GA -- Should play either center or guard for the Tide. He played mostly guard and defensive tackle in high school at 4A Dublin. He was listed among "Georgia Stars" in Jeff Whitakers' Deep South Recruiting Guide. He picked the Tide over Eastern Kentucky, Jacksonville State and South Florida.

Gerard Clark

, DL, 6-7, 265, Daytona Beach, FL -- After playing one season at Milford Prep, Gerard re-signed with Alabama. At Milford, Gerard had 75 tackles and eight sacks. Gerard finished his prep career with 262 tackles, including 30 quarterback sacks. His senior season, he had 87 tackles and 12 sacks, while his junior year produced 12 sacks. He accounted for 262 tackles and 30 sacks during his high school career.

Anthony Bryant
, DL, 6-4, 324, Newbern -- A first-team USA Today and Parade All-America pick, Anthony had 178 tackles and 11 sacks as a senior. He also caused eight fumbles, recovered four and made two interceptions. As a tight end on offense, he caught 15 passes for 441 yards and eight TDs. Anthony also averaged 19.0 points and 12 rebounds a game while playing basketball. Anthony was named a Parade All-America. He was a SuperPrep All-America and Top 100 Dream Team selection, a Border Wars first-team All-South pick and was a first-team all-state selection. He was SuperPrep's No. 18 defensive lineman in the nation. Anthony was a 1A all-state pick and "Lineman of the Year." Anthony was the number one pick on the Birmingham News "Super Senior" list and was a No. 1 pick on the Tuscaloosa News' Sweet Sixteen list.
About Anthony Bryant, Bobby Burton Says: "He gets off the ball quickly-great athlete for his size."
About Anthony Bryant, Allen Wallace Says: "A prototype noseguard--should be an immediate contributor to the Alabama defense. Excellent feet and hands for a big man. He's a power forward on the basketball team."
About Anthony Bryant, Tom Lemming Says: "He is a of the top five DLs in the country."
About Anthony Bryant, Forrest Davis Says: "What a player! He is a Forrest Davis Recruiting Annual 1st Team All-South; All-America by USA Today and Parade."

Connie Brown
, DB, 6-2, 210, San Francisco, CA -- From the same school that sent Milo Lewis to the Tide last year and Canary Knight and Miguel Merritt the year before. Connie had four interceptions for City College of San Francisco and was a first-team All Golden Gate Conference selection. He was a second-team JC Grid-Wire All-America.

Wesley Britt
, OL, 6-8, 290, Cullman --
An all-state offensive tackle, Wesley was the Class 5A "Lineman of the Year". He was rated as one of the state's top-five prospects by College Sports'Southeastern Recruiting and was a Super Prep All-America. He was the fifth-best prospect on the Birmingham News "Super Senior" list. He was ranked as the nation's 100th best prospect by Tom Lemming. As a prep senior, he graded out at 85 percent and registered 38 pancake blocks. He was the No. 3 prospect in the southeast according to SuperPrep and also played defense where he turned in 97 tackles and 12 tackles behind the line. He was a Border Wars second-team All-South pick. As a junior, he threw the discus 142-6 to win the state championship. Wesley has a 340 bench press and squats 460. He also plays basketball at Cullman High School. He picked the Tide over Florida, Kentucky and Arkansas.
About Wesley Britt, Bobby Burton Says: "A great lineman who will contribute early. In his heart, he always wanted to go to Bama."
About Wesley Britt, Bill Buchalter Says: "He's the best big OL in the South."
About Wesley Britt, Allen Wallace Says: "Top-rated OL in Alabama. Massive body, excellent feet."
About Wesley Britt, Tom Lemming Says: "Wesley is a big kid with long arms and quick feet."
About Wesley Britt, Forrest Davis Says: "An impact player and top lineman in Alabama. Forrest Davis Recruiting Annual 3rd Team All-South player."

Carlos Andrews
, DB, 6-0, 200, Tallahassee, FL --
Carlos rushed for 1,117 yards and eight TDs and had 84 tackles and two interceptions on defense, despite playing sparingly most of the season due to a foot injury. Against Tallahassee Leon, he had nine carries for 130 yards, including 74- yard touchdown run. In a game against Ocala Forest, he had four carries for 74 yards, a 51-yard TD run and made 14 tackles from his strong safety position. As a junior, he had over 100 tackles and rushed for just over 1,000 yards on offense. He was a PrepStar Top 100 Dream Team and Super All-Southeast Region selection and was listed as a Super Prep All-America after getting 74 tackles his senior season. Carlos was the No. 16 safety prospect in the nation by Rivals 100; he was an Atlanta Journal Southern 100 selection and the No. 6 prospect in Florida. He bench presses 300 and squats 415. Andrews was one of the top pure safety prospects in the state of Florida. Carlos' brother, Dennis, played fullback at Florida State and his family is from Laurel, Mississippi. He picked the Tide over Arkansas, Southern Miss and Central Florida.
About Carlos Andrews, Bill Buchalter Says: "He's the best back in Big Bend since Eric Turral went to Florida State."
About Carlos Andrews, Allen Wallace Says: "He is a multi-talented DB from Florida, a pro baseball prospect and a great kick returner."
About Carlos Andrews, Tom Lemming Says: "He's a hitter, with plenty of speed."
About Carlos Andrews, Forrest Davis Says: "Extremely versatile, runs with power. Great kick returner and one of the South's top safety prospects. Forrest Davis Recruiting Annual 1st Team All-South player."