It seems that Alabama High School Football is hosting more and more top collegiate recruits every year. Some of these players will compete in the 2022 AHSAA Super 7 State Championships at Auburn University’s Jordan-Hare Stadium this week.
Here’s a look at the recruits offered by FBS in the Super 7.
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Class 7A, Wednesday, 7 p.m
Anquon Fegans, Thompson, So.: The five-star safety has 64 tackles, nine interceptions, two forced fumbles and made a big impression in his first season as a starter. Fegans is the country’s No. 6 sophomore in the 247Sports Composite.
Kaleb Harris, Thompson, Jr.: Harris, 6ft 1, 190 pounds, is another star safety with offers from Auburn, Jackson State, Arkansas, LSU and more. He has four interceptions, including one in the semifinals against Hoover.
Tony Mitchell, Thompson, Sr.: Mitchell, a five-star commit from Alabama, plays cornerback but was recruited by Alabama as safety. He has five pass deflections and is a physical player with 52 tackles, seven for losses.
Stanton Ramil, Thompson, Sr.: The four-star, 6-foot-7 offensive tackle is ranked No. 21 at his position in the nation. Michigan State’s signing anchors the offensive line that has helped Thompson’s offensive find a rhythm down the stretch.
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Zach Sims, Thompson, Jr.: The quarterback, with offers from Louisville and Pittsburgh, has not started since his injury in the regular-season finale. However, he could use his experience to play in the championship against standout eighth-grader Trent Seaborn, who quarterbacked all three of Thompson’s playoff games.
Elijah Williams, Thompson, Sr.: The 6-4, 290-pound defensive tackle has offers from South Carolina, Maryland and Charlotte.
Peter Woods, Thompson, Sr.: Woods is the #33 recruit in the country and a Clemson committed. He has 83 tackles, 21 for loss, eight sacks and to fumble recoveries.
Bradyn Carpenter, Auburn, Sr.: Joiner was both an All-State offensive and defensive lineman. Back on offense, Auburn’s four-star team leads Auburn’s attack.
Class 6A, Friday, 7 p.m
KJ Lacey, Saraland, Sun.: The talented underclassman has offers from Louisville, Troy, UAB, UCF, Arkansas State, Georgia Southern. The 6-foot, 175-pound quarterback has good ball placement with 39 touchdowns and 3,046 yards passing from just five interceptions.
Ryan Williams, Saraland, Sun.: The 6-foot, 150-pound five-star receiver from Alabama had a monster playoff run, including a six-touchdown performance. He has 80 receptions for 1,557 yards and 23 touchdowns.
Class 5A, Thursday, 7 p.m
Zion Grady, Charles Henderson, So.: The 6-foot-4-five-star fringe with offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Tennessee and more has 81 tackles, 27 for losses, 21 quarterback pressures and two forced fumbles.
Anthony Miles, Ramsay, Sr.: Miles, a 6-5, 285-pound three-star Vanderbilt commit, leads an offense that rushes for 174.3 yards and passes for 195 yards per play.
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Class 4A, Friday, 11 a.m
J’Marion Burnette, Andalucia, Jr.: The 6-foot-1, 210-pound, four-star running back hasn’t played since the first round, when he rushed 31 times for 156 yards and a touchdown. That’s a regular stat line for the juniors offered by Alabama, Auburn, and Georgia.
Jaeden Jackson, Andalusia, Sr.: The 6-1, 275-pound defenseman Jackson last received an FBS offer in March but has offers from Florida State, Maryland, Mississippi State, Vanderbilt, Coastal Carolina and more.
Class 3A, Thursday, 11 a.m
KJ Jackson, St. James, Jr.: The 6-3, 215-pound, three-star quarterback has offers from Kentucky, Louisville, Kansas, Ole Miss, UCF, Penn State and Troy. He has 2,159 yards and 32 touchdown passing and five touchdown rushing.
Ziggy Holloway, St. James, Jr.: Holloway, who plays wide receiver and cornerback, has an offer from Marshall and has 24 receptions for 554 yards and 11 touchdowns.
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Class 1A, Thursday, 3 p.m
Bryston Dixon, Leroy, Sr.: Georgia Southern’s 6-foot-4, 298-pound three-star defensive line leads a defense that only conceded more than 19 points once.
Malcolm Pugh, Leroy, Sr.: Pugh, 6-4 and 210 pounds with offers from Louisiana Tech and Georgia Southern, plays on the sidelines and causes chaos with Dixon at the line of scrimmage.