(WTVY) In the month of July, Head Coach Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide landed two four-star and two three-star recruits in the Class of 2017.
But, on the last day of the month the reigning National Champions weren't sleeping.
The Tide received verbal commitments from three more star studded athletes in safety Kyriq McDonald, offensive tackle Kendall Randolph from Madison, Alabama, and tight end Kedrick James out of Waco, Texas.
Bob Jones High School's Kendall Randolph stands at 6 foot 5, 290 pounds and is a 4-star lineman according to 247 Sports Composite.
The young man has family ties to the Crimson Tide. His older brother Levi Randolph played on Alabama's basketball team from 2011 to 2015.
In addition to Randolph the Tide also heard from safety Kyriq McDonald pledging his allegiance to Alabama.
At 5-11, 185 pounds, McDonald was a finalist for 7A Huntsville Region Player of the Year for James Clemens High School last year.
Also, Alabama landed 6 foot 5 245 pound three-star tight end recruit Kedrick James out of La Vega High School in Texas.