Camp added element to Bama's selectivity 

June, 5, 2013
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Nick Saban has never cared how many stars a recruit has or what other schools have offered a certain prospect. He just wants players that fit what he’s trying to do at the University of Alabama.

It’s been that way since the beginning. Some say he adapted the philosophy from current New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick when the two coached on the same staff together. However it evolved, Saban has carried it with him through stops at Michigan State, LSU, the Miami Dolphins and now Alabama.

Nick Saban
Courtesy of UA athleticsNick Saban is well-known for his evaluation process, but it extends much deeper when it comes to recruiting camp.
The philosophy is calculated and precise and ultimately starts in the film room.
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