The Alabama Crimson Tide bolstered their offensive line with quite a few commits this weekend. After landing the top offensive lineman in the country in Tommy Brockermeyer, as well as his brother, the Tide picked up the second-ranked offensive guard in America as well.
Terrence Ferguson of Peach County High School in Fort Valley, Georgia announced his intentions to play for the Tide on Sunday. Ferguson made his commitment known to the world on his Twitter account:
1000% COMMITTED!!❤️ pic.twitter.com/vxGQHpKM5s— 6️⃣9️⃣™️ (@TjFerguson69) July 19, 2020
The 6-foot-4, 300-pound Ferguson is highly touted, as he is the #2 offensive guard in the country. The only player above him is Ohio State Buckeyes commit Donovan Jackson, a five-star offensive guard out of Bellaire, Texas. Ferguson also ranks fifth in the state of Georgia right now, trailing offensive tackle Amarius Mims, dual-threat quarterback Brock Vandagriff, outside linebacker Smael Mondon and Clemson Tigers commit and outside linebacker, Barrett Carter. Finally, Ferguson ranks 47th overall in the nation in the Class of 2021.
Ferguson’s commitment, combined with the Brockermeyers joining the squad, has brought Alabama up to #2 in the nation in the recruiting world. They only trail the robust Ohio State, who is setting the pace and then some in this cycle.