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Auburn High's Rashaan Evans picks the Tide

SOURCE: MGN Online SOURCE: MGN Online
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

The most anticipated decision has finally been made. Auburn High School's top-ranked linebacker, Rashaan Evans, has made the choice to play for the Alabama Crimson Tide.

Evan's recently narrowed down his top three choices to Auburn, Alabama and UCLA. The highly touted player is the second five-star recruit from Auburn High School to commit to play for Alabama in the last two years. In 2013, Reuben Foster left the Plains for T-Town.

Evans is almost universally considered the top linebacker in the nation for his class.

High school athletes across the country have been announcing their choices all morning. The decisions began coming out around 7 a.m. WSFA 12 News will continue to keep you updated throughout the day on social media. You can follow us with using the hashtag #FEVER12.

We have compiled a list of the current signees for Auburn and Alabama below:

Alabama Signees                                                                       

  • Rashaan Evans
  • Marlon Humphrey
  • Dominick Jackson
  • O.J. Smith
  • JK Scott
  • Jake Coker
  • Josh Frazier
  • Tony Brown
  • Josh Casher
  • Ty Flournoy-Smith
  • Da'Shawn Hand
  • David Cornwell
  • Shaun Dion Hamilton
  • Laurence "Hootie" Jones
  • D.J. Pettway
  • Jarran Reed
  • Cam Robinson
  • Cam Sims
  • Derek Kief
  • Johnny Dwight
  • Ross Pierschbacher
  • J.C. Hassenauer
  • Montel McBride
  • Keith Holcombe

Auburn Signees

  • Markell Boston
  • Braden Smith
  • Deshaun Davis
  • Ike Powell
  • Dontavius Russell
  • Roc Thomas
  • Devaroe Lawrence
  • Jakell Mitchell
  • Stephen Roberts
  • Kamryn Pettway
  • Justin Thorton
  • Nick Ruffin
  • Davonte Lambert
  • Sean White
  • Raashed Kennion
  • Kalvaraz Bessent
  • Xavier Dampeer
  • Chris Laye
  • Derrick Moncrief
  • Stanton Truitt
  • D'Haquille Williams
  • Myron Burton Jr.
  • Tre' Williams

Don't forget the 17th annual Fever Signing Day party is set for today at 4:30 p.m. at the WSFA 12 News studios. All signees are invited. Food will be provided by Hardee's at the party.

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