Several Alabama commitments and top prospects discuss the game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and Georgia Bulldogs.
ArDarius Stewart, four-star athlete Fultondale High School, Ala. (Alabama commitment): "I think it's going to be a tough game. It might be the toughest game they have all year besides the one they lost to Texas A&M. They are pretty even. Both have good running backs and defenses. Georgia has a little quarterback who can make things happen. It should be a good match up. I will say 35-21 Alabama."
Derrick Henry, Rivals 100 athlete, Yulee High School, Fla, (Alabama commitment): "Bama wins by 10 and then we getting ready for Miami."
Tyren Jones, four-star running back, Walton High School, Marietta, Ga. (Alabama commitment): "Roll Tide all the way. Alabama's run game is going to put up a few points and their passing game is going to be good. Their defense is going to shut down UGa."
Cole Mazza, three-star long snapper from Liberty High School in Bakersfield, Calif. (Alabama commitment): "It's going to be a great game, but I think Bama pulls it off 28-17."
Walker Jones, three-star linebacker from Evangelical Christian School in Cordova, Tenn. (Alabama commitment): "I think it'll be a hard fought game between two very good and similar teams. It will come down to who's more prepared and executes better. I'll say 27-17 Bama."
Bradley Bozeman, four-star offensive tackle from Handley High School, Roanoke, Ala. (Alabama commitment): "I think it will be a good game, but Bama will come out on top. The key is Bama's secondary shutting everything down."
Grant Hill, four-star offensive tackle, Huntsville High School, Ala. (Alabama commitment): "24-17 Alabama over Georgia. Nick Saban will have his team ready to play. Alabama will play motivated. Aaron Murray will be rattled by the defense and big-game atmosphere. Georgia will score on some big pass plays down the field due to the blitz. AJ McCarron will come through in the big games as he has before."
Josh McNeil, four-star tight end, Milford Academy, New Berlin, N.Y. (Alabama commitment): "I'll say 21-17 Alabama. The key to the win is Alabama's big offensive line."
Parker McLeod, three-star quarterback, Walton High School, Marietta, Ga. (Alabama commitment): "I think Alabama will win. Georgia is a great team, but they are unproven in the big game and Alabama will be ready."
DeMarcus Walker, four-star defensive end, Sandalwood High School, Jacksonville, Fla. (Alabama commitment): "The game this week against Georgia is going to be a good one. Whoever wins it will be the one who wants it the most. Of course I think Alabama will win the game."
Bo Scarbrough, 2014 four-star athlete, Northridge High School, Tuscaloosa, Ala. (Alabama commitment): "I'll say 21-17 Bama because of Alabama's defense. Georgia also has a good defense with [Baccari] Rambo, Jarvis Jones and [John] Jenkins. Alabama is going to play all four quarters."
Racean Thomas, 2014 four-star running back, Oxford High School, Ala.: "I think it's going to be a real good game. Neither team really has the best secondary, but they are both pretty good. Georgia has some good freshmen running backs while Alabama has T.J. Yeldon and Eddie Lacy. I think it will be a good game. I think Bama is going to pull it out though."
Rashaan Evans, 2014 linebacker, Auburn High School, Ala.: "That's a big game. Georgia has been picking up some momentum. Georgia is a good team. Alabama is a good team. Alabama losing for some reason I think their whole mind set is not to lose again. I think it will push and fuel them not to lose. I think they have an edge."
Nick Chubb, 2014 four-star running back, Cedartown High School, Ga.: "I think the two best teams are playing in it. II think Alabama will come away with the win."
Cameron Robinson, 2014 four-star offensive tackle, West Monroe High School, La.: "If Alabama comes out and taking care of business hopefully they will win and go on to the national championship. I am not taking anything away from Georgia. I know they are a good program. If Alabama can hit them early I think they will win."
Kerryon Johnson, 2015 athlete, Madison Academy High School, Madison, Ala.: "It's going to be a great game. Whoever's offense shows up the most will win. They both have great defenses. Whichever quarterback steps up the most will decide the game. I think Alabama should pull away. I think they will win by a touchdown or two. I think Alabama's running game is so good. The injury to Kenny Bell hurts though."