June 24, 2024

BRAKING NEWS: The new signing of Noah Carter is about to….

February 7 was national signing day, and although Alabama’s new coach Kalen DeBoer did not conduct a press conference that day, the Tide still made history that day.

Three athletes completed their letters of intent to complete Alabama’s recruiting class for 2024. The main attraction was Ryan Williams, a five-star wide receiver, and DeBoer shared his initial impressions of Williams with Tide 100.9 on Tuesday.

However, linebackers Noah Carter and Quinton “QB” Reese signed earlier this month. All three players together make up DeBoer’s first Alabama signing class. Williams de-committed after Nick Saban’s retirement, thus DeBoer had to re-recruit him to Alabama, and Carter was freed from his word of commitment at Washington to play for Alabama. After his early signing day in December, Reese’s future was in doubt, but DeBoer accepted the scholarship offer for the three-star Birmingham recruit.

This summer, Arizona native Carter, a four-star edge rusher ranked No. 82 nationwide by 247 Sports, will make his school debut.

“He’s dynamic in different ways,” DeBoer stated about Carter on Tide 100.9 this past Tuesday. He can play in our defense in a variety of ways, both on and off the line of scrimmage, in my opinion. He’ll develop into his frame, which is an excellent frame in my opinion, because of the consistent pressure he can generate on a pass rush. You can see who he is and how at ease he is in his own space by watching his movies. Like Ryan, he’s basically a self-assured football player. He never stops considering the possibilities, and his efforts help him achieve his objectives.”

The 6-foot, 205-pound Reese, who attended Ramsay High School, joins a group of freshmen linebackers from North Carolina and Germany who play off the ball. They are Justin Okoronkwo and Cayden Jones.

“Really exciting player that’s going to grow into a role that, physically, has a huge, huge upside,” DeBoer stated. “I’m eager to see what he brings. Because of how long I’ve been here, I feel like I’ve only recently gotten to know him and his family, even though I love them. The situation quickly got out of hand to the point that we decided to enroll him in our football program and see where he could go from there.

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