It appears that Anthony Grant and his staff are not yet finished recruiting for 2014 as they have officially made an offer to 2014 recruit, Jackson Davis. Davis is a 6'8, 215 lb PF from Lexington, KY (Lafayette HS). While in Lexington to face Kentucky, Grant made an in-home visit with Davis and his family.
Davis is an emerging recruit. Originally committed to Rice, Davis re-opened his recruitment as more programs began to notice his talents. He has been offered by a host of other schools including Oklahoma State, Vanderbilt, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Florida State, Texas Tech, VCU and many others.
His senior numbers, according to Max Preps, were an impressive 25 pts, 14 rebs per game. In his final game this season, he had a fantastic performance, scoring 32 points and grabbing 31 rebounds. I don't know the level of competition he was facing, but 32 and 31 is staggering no matter who you're playing. For a Bama program desperately in need of big men who can rebound the ball, it's no wonder that Grant and his staff have taken an interest in this young man. He would be an excellent addition to what is already shaping up to be an outstanding class.
This could also mean the staff expects some attrition in the offseason. The scholarship limit is currently full for next season, but that could change should Carl elect not to return for a fifth season or Nick Jacobs does not return to the team.
Here's a video I found on Youtube.