Sport Nation's No. 1 prospect sticking with Alabama

23:05  08 january  2017
23:05  08 january  2017 Source:

Kiffin out as Alabama OC, Sarkisian to coach title game

  Kiffin out as Alabama OC, Sarkisian to coach title game Lane Kiffin will leave his position as Alabama offensive coordinator and will not coach in the team's College Football Playoff National Championship Game against Clemson, the school announced on Monday. Steve Sarkisian will assume coordinator duties effective immediately, the school said.Alabama will take on the Tigers next Monday seeking their fifth national title in the last eight years.Kiffin, who has spent the last three seasons as the Alabama offensive playcaller, accepted the head coaching job at Florida Atlantic University last month.

Antioch's Najee Harris during the National Anthem as he gets set to play in his final high school game as the Antioch Panthers prepare to take on the Monte Vista Mustangs in the North Coast Section Division 1 football championship at Dublin high school in Dublin, California, on Saturday December 3, 2016. © Michael Macor, The Chronicle Najee Harris Following a week of confirmed and many unconfirmed reports, the saga surrounding America's premiere college football prospect has come to an end. 

Brandon Huffman has confirmed with Najee Harris that the running back will be sticking with his longtime Alabama Crimson Tide commitment and will enroll in the coming week, saying "I'm here at Alabama and going to 'Bama."

The five-star Antioch (Calif.) running back entered the week expecting to head to his school of choice, between Alabama, Michigan and Cal, without advance public notice. He reversed course on Saturday following his final high school performance, the 2017 U.S. Army All-American Bowl. 

Harris originally committed to Alabama in April 2015 before taking official visits to UCLA, Cal and Michigan in addition to a trip to Tuscaloosa in November. Should he follow through with his enrollment plans, he would mark the first No. 1 overall prospect secured by Nick Saban during his tenure with the Crimson Tide.

Devon Hunter Recruiting Update: No. 1 Safety ‘In Love’ With Gainesville .
Devon Hunter recruiting update following the No. 1 safety's official visit with the Florida Gators this past weekend. According to Hunter, he's "in LOVE" with Gainesville.The nation’s No. 1 safety was in Gainesville this past weekend to check out the Florida Gators, and appeared to like what he saw. Devon Hunter, from Chesapeake, Virginia – a recruiting area the Gators have become familiar with (see: Percy Harvin and Jalen Tabor) – shared his affection for Gainesville not long after arriving in town.

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