Now that Alabama has once again validated its claim as college football’s biggest dynasty, it’s time for a peek at the potential Top 25 teams of 2018. The Crimson Tide, of course, have been, are and will be the No. 1 program in the nation, until further notice. But where’s the fun in all that? And we’re curious. Has Alabama ever had a parade in Tuscaloosa? Probably not because Nick Saban wouldn’t want to take two hours away from recruiting.
During what will be a busy off-season, Texas senior Poona Ford has added a trip to Mobile, Ala., to his itinerary. Ford, a six-foot, 305-pound defensive tackle, will participate in the 2018 Senior Bowl. When Ford makes his appearance at Ladd-Peebles Stadium on Jan. 27, he will become the 67th Longhorn to play in the Senior Bowl. Quandre Diggs and Jordan Hicks last represented UT in 2015. Ford, who recently signed with the Octagon agency, will participate in this weekend’s East-West Shrine Game.
Texasâ€™ 2018 recruiting class grew to 22 members Friday afternoon when Daniel Carson , a 3-star defensive end from Missouri, picked the Longhorns over 23 other offers, including Nebraska. The 6-5, 260-pound prospect from Independence (Mo.) William Chrisman is the first defensive end that has committed to the Longhorns in the 2018 recruiting cycle. Carson recorded 73 tackles as a senior, including 17 tackles for loss and six sacks in 10 games. Heâ€™s the No.
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Selecting a term
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