End of an Era: Georgia 4-Star LB rejects contract Extension after committing to rival move…

A-Day welcomed more than 72,000 fans into Bryant-Denny Stadium. Plenty of signees, recruits and a few 2025 commits were in Tuscaloosa as well to usher in the first spring scrimmage of the Kalen DeBoer era.

One of those visitors on campus was five-star Darrell “Duke” Johnson (Eastman, GA). The Saturday trip marked the first time at Alabama since committing to the Crimson Tide on March 20.

“Everyone knows the type of great program that Alabama has been,” Johnson told 247Sports before his decision. “Honestly, Alabama has always been my dream school, but the fact that they have shown me and my family so much love really brought it all together for me.

Alabama’s highest-ranked recruit in the No. 7 ranked class caught up with Bama247 for a whole bunch of thoughts. He updates his commitment status, talks about the atmosphere on Saturday afternoon, who he is recruiting and more.

Cincinnati has found insurance for its punting position with a familiar face, landing Aussie-style punter Max Fletcher out of the transfer portal from Arkansas.

The brother of current Bearcats punter Mason Fletcher, Max averaged 43.2 yards per attempt with a long of 71 last season for the Razorbacks. Fletcher has three years to play two being a true junior with a redshirt year available. Mason Fletcher is a senior and has one year of eligibility remaining.

Fletcher will likely redshirt this season with his brother Mason entering the season as one of the best punters in the country. The 2024 season will likely be Mason’s final season in Cincinnati.

Spring ball was nearing its end for Georgia last week as the Bulldogs capped off their final three practice sessions. That week also coincided with the final week of the quiet period, after which recruiting should pick up a bit for the Bulldogs.

The quiet period — during which the only way that college coaches can have face-to-face contact with prospects or their parents is when they’re on their respective college campus — ended on Sunday. The calendar now shifts to the contact period, which runs through May 25 and allows coaches to contact athletes and their families through any NCAA-approved methods.

The transfer portal is in full swin for both Cincinnati basketball AND football. Wes Miller and Scott Satterfield are looking to improve their rosters going into the Bearcats second season in the Big 12 and no one has more up to date and relevant info than the staff at BCJ.

Who is visiting? Who is ready to commit? How is the roster shaping up for next season? Get all that and more with an annual subscription for half the price!

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