- Greg Ostendorf, ESPN Staff Writer
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- It’s setting up to be another big weekend for the University of Alabama as it prepares to host the second junior day of the new year and first since signing day.
The talent won’t be quite on par this time around as many of the top 2014 prospects attended the first junior day in January, but the Crimson Tide still anticipate a mix of talented juniors, sophomores and freshmen to be on campus this Saturday.
Also, new assistant coaches Mario Cristobal and Billy Napier, who’s expected to take over for Mike Groh as wide receivers coach, will get their first taste of recruiting at Alabama.
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