- Jared Shanker, Florida State/ACC reporter
Washington, an ESPNU 150 defensive end, and Stanford, the 21st-ranked receiver, were scheduled to visit Alabama for its Oct. 22 rivalry game against Tennessee, but Taft’s game against Western Hills was moved to that same day.
The Crimson Tide will definitely receive a visit, though it will now just come after the season most likely.
“Coach Sal [Sunseri] and coach [Mike] Groh have been on us since the whole process started,” Stanford said. “It’s definitely a place we want to go down and see.”
Four-star Cincinnati Taft prospects Adolphus Washington and Dwayne Stanford II will have to reschedule their official visit to Alabama, Stanford said Monday night.